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Vive la France (2013)

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Muzafar and Feruz are two good-hearted shepherds from Taboulistan... a tiny country in Central Asia that no one has ever heard of. In order to bring his country into the international ... See full summary »

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Michaël Youn

Writers:

Michaël Youn (screenplay), Dominique Gauriaud (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
José Garcia ... Muzafar
Michaël Youn ... Ferouz
Isabelle Funaro Isabelle Funaro ... Marianne Bouvier
Ary Abittan Ary Abittan ... Jafaraz Ouèchemagül
Jérôme Commandeur Jérôme Commandeur ... Gendarme centre de rétention
Vincent Moscato ... Oncle Momo
Jean-François Cayrey ... Taxi Paris
Franck Gastambide ... Kevin, le marchand d'armes
Moussa Maaskri ... Adadat Ouèchmagül
Hamid Najah Hamid Najah ... Baba
Fatsah Bouyahmed Fatsah Bouyahmed ... Assistant Jafaraz
Émilie Caen Émilie Caen ... Hôtesse Fly2France (as Emilie Caen)
Jean-Louis Barcelona Jean-Louis Barcelona ... Passager avion
Martial Courcier Martial Courcier ... Passager avion
Kamel Benchemekh Kamel Benchemekh ... Passager avion
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Muzafar and Feruz are two good-hearted shepherds from Taboulistan... a tiny country in Central Asia that no one has ever heard of. In order to bring his country into the international limelight, the son of the Tabouli president decides to try terror "advertising" and entrusts the two shepherds, more naive than evil, with the mission of a lifetime: destroying the Eiffel Tower! To meet their objective, they have to move through the most hostile territory imaginable: France! A France far different from the West they had heard described: Corsican nationalists, over-zealous policemen, dishonest taxi drivers, violent sports fans, crabby employees, unfriendly waiters, Kafkaesque administrations and medical malpractice... they are spared nothing. Luckily they meet Marianne, a young and pretty reporter who mistakes them for illegal aliens and helps shows them another face of France... a hospitable, magnificent and generous land where the living is easy. Vive la France! Written by Anonymous

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At the beginning of the film a small bus ("Kaboul-Istanbul") arrives at the so-called "AEROPORT ATATURK". Actually; this is the airport of Casablanca in Morocco, not Turkey. See more »

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The usual tasteless French comedy
25 July 2017 | by ersbelSee all my reviews

Because of the quotas, and of state money, the French movies are an ecosystem of their own: made to please the old white men from CNC, and finally to excite vulgar uneducated masses who have trouble understanding anything but stereotype humor in French.

So the bad guys are dark skinned savage men who come to threaten "la notre" peace and democracy. The savages beat women and are generally stupid, yet somehow are able to speak more languages than the targeted public.

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

20 February 2013 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Einai treloi aftoi oi Galloi See more »

Filming Locations:

Morocco See more »

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Budget:

EUR15,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$9,979,302
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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