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French voice artist Jeanne dubs American actress Jennifer in a hit TV series. But when she blows a fuse and retires Jeanne's world comes crashing down. So she goes to LA to convince ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Florence Foresti ... Jeanne
Jamel Debbouze ... Farres
Nikki Deloach ... Jennifer Marshall
Rakefet Abergel ... L'assistante réalisateur
Aurore Abraham Aurore Abraham ... Enfant Marie 1
Luc Antoni Luc Antoni ... Passager avion
Grégoire Bonnet Grégoire Bonnet ... Cédric
Kaitlyn Black ... Hôtesse 'VIP room'
Robert Bradvica ... Ado de 13 ans
Jack Brand Jack Brand ... Jerry Flash (as Jack Clark Brand)
Jeff Cahill ... Réalisateur porno
Diana Carr Diana Carr ... Femme VIP
Momo Casablanca ... Slimane
Vince Cefalu ... Policier prison
Jérôme Commandeur Jérôme Commandeur ... Bob
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French voice artist Jeanne dubs American actress Jennifer in a hit TV series. But when she blows a fuse and retires Jeanne's world comes crashing down. So she goes to LA to convince Jennifer to go back on set. There she meets Farres who opens the door into the wacky world of Hollywood. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

France | Belgium

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

7 December 2011 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Голливу See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Pass the Dutchie
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Unfunny And Overlong
29 April 2012 | by malcolmgswSee all my reviews

I made a special effort to go to see this as it was only showing at one cinema in London.Sad to say it was a wasted journey.The first half hour set in Paris was quite amusing.however when it got to Los Angeles the film really lost its way.Every character that the actress met was either odd or just plain crazy.The main actress seemed to think that wildly overacting equaled funny,well it doesn't in my book.Furthermore to make matters worse she would sometimes be addressing characters in french and other times in English and they would respond accordingly.So it became impossible at times to work out exactly what was being said in what language.The film was 107 minutes long and that was at least 15 minutes too long.I think that The Artist is a far superior French view of Hollywood.


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