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Le tournoi (2015)

Budapest International Chess Tournament. The most likely winner: Cal Fournier (22), French champion, immature genius, socially awkward, compulsive player. But this time, an unusual 9-... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michelangelo Passaniti Michelangelo Passaniti ... Cal
Lou de Laâge ... Lou
Magne-Håvard Brekke Magne-Håvard Brekke ... Viktor
Viktoria Kozlova Viktoria Kozlova ... Andrea
Adam Corbier Adam Corbier ... Max
Fabien Libiszewski Fabien Libiszewski ... Aurélien
Aliocha Schneider ... Anthony
Thomas Solivérès Thomas Solivérès ... Mathieu (as Thomas Solivéres)
Péter Horkay Péter Horkay ... Le directeur du tournoi
Declan Hannigan ... Scott MacLaghan
László Konter László Konter ... L'arbitre
Ana Neborac Ana Neborac ... Natacha
Magdalena Korpas Magdalena Korpas ... Irina
Victoire Gonin-Labat ... Eleanor
Jean-Philippe Puymartin ... Sponsor


Budapest International Chess Tournament. The most likely winner: Cal Fournier (22), French champion, immature genius, socially awkward, compulsive player. But this time, an unusual 9-years-old Hungarian opponent disrupts this smooth-running routine. Written by Anonymous

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French | English | Hungarian

Release Date:

29 April 2015 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Zugzwang See more »

Filming Locations:

Budapest, Hungary See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Written, composed and performed by Miklós Fenyõ (as Fenyõ Miklós), Gábor Novai (as Novai Gábor)
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13 May 2016 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

a film who seems have all the virtues. passion, challenge, love, vulnerabilities of lead character, right music,inspired landscape, complex story, good actors and a special subject. Michelangelo Passaniti seems be the perfect choice for be Cal Fournier. maybe because Le Tournois is a kind of version for Le Grand Meaulnes. it could be better and that is obvious. in many scenes the story becomes fake and it is not real surprising. but it preserves the flavor of contemporary French cinema. with its sins including. and becomes, step by step, more than a film about a competition, a film about truth. the truth about yourself, at the end of an age. the truth about others. and, sure, about the life. all presented in decent manner.the fragility of illusions, the need to become yourself, the humor and, sure, Budapest are the spices who defines a film remarkable for its grace.

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