We Are Tourists ()


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While visiting a village in France, Cecile uncovers the darkest and most exciting secrets of the place.

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Cecile
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Hugo
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Edward
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Claude
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William
Évelyne Dandry ...
Sabine
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Ronan
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Jacky
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Fréderique
Adrien de Van ...
François
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Harry
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Amber
Michaël Vander-Meiren ...
Armand
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Didier
Mireille Franchino ...
Pauline
Lara Suyeux ...
Josephine
Philippe Bertin ...
Pere Philippe
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Ethan
Christine Koetzel ...
Henriette
Arnaud Maillard ...
Restaurant Owner
Antoine Coesens ...
Jewellery Store Owner
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Georgie
Sally Oliver ...
Crystal
Charlie Archer ...
Charlie
Jacky Francais ...
Gendarme 2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fabrice Dethorey ...
Brancardier 2

Directed by

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O'ar Pali
Remy Bazerque ... (co-director)

Written by

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O'ar Pali ... (writer)
 
O'ar Pali ... ()

Produced by

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Joshua Carter ... assistant producer
Amélie Chicoye ... line producer
Daisy Gili ... executive producer
Christopher Granier-Deferre ... executive producer
Nick Ho ... executive producer
Anna MacDonald ... executive producer / producer
O'ar Pali ... executive producer / producer
Karolina Simos ... associate producer

Music by

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Laura Rossi

Cinematography by

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Alex Ryle

Film Editing by

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Peter Hollywood

Editorial Department

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Filipe Fernandes ... colorist
Daria Ivanova ... picture post assistant
Izzy Renton ... post-production assistant

Casting By

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Kate Plantin
Annette Trumel

Production Design by

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Shaun Moore

Costume Design by

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Camille Adomakoh

Makeup Department

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Jade Levene-Endfield ... assistant makeup artist
Jane Maier ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Alessio Bergamo ... floor manager / unit manager
Jennifer Eriksson ... post-production supervisor
Frederique Viannez ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joshua Carter ... second assistant director
Chloé Seytre ... third assistant director
Tibo Travers ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Chloe Savage ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Louise Brown ... foley artist and editor
Tatiana el Dahdah ... boom operator
Richard Kondal ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Stelios Koupetoris ... dialogue editor
Thomas Markwick ... sound recordist
Alex Outhwaite ... assistant re-recording mixer / sound editor

Stunts

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Keith Wallis ... stunt coordinator
Keith Will ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jazz Bhalla ... gaffer
Stephen Chandler ... grip
Deloris Collins ... d.i.t
Anthony Holt ... camera facilities coordinator
Greg McFarlane King ... spark
Elliot McIntosh ... second assistant camera
Leo Olesker ... best boy
Ben Ransley ... spark
Justin van Dijk ... spark
Jason Wingrove ... first assistant camera
Angus Young ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alice Wilby ... costume assistant

Music Department

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Laura Rossi ... composer: theme music

Transportation Department

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Sophie Zablot ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Remi Bonin ... runner
Laureline Garcia ... production assistant
Georgina Higgins ... script supervisor
Tali Singer ... production assistant
Annie Wood ... production co-ordinator

Thanks

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Daniel-Konrad Cooper ... thanks
Angus Donald ... thanks
Max Eppel ... thanks
Kelly Valentine Hendry ... thanks
Bart van Slingelandt ... thanks
Ann Woodhall ... special thanks / thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Cecile Gamble (O'ar Pali) is shipped off by her editor Harry to write a story on Monteprouve, a French village with the highest lingerie sales per capita in France. Hoping to spice up their relationship, Cecile drags her boyfriend Edward along for the ride. Monteprouve is everything Cecile expected - quaint, frisky and annoyingly French. But a high libido is not the only thing the town is hiding; Monteprouve also has a strangely high tourist suicide rate. It's not long before Cecile suspects that these 'suicides' are actually murders. But with a town full of oddball characters, uncovering the murderer may prove harder than expected. Written by O'ar Pali

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Also Known As
  • We Are Tourists (United Kingdom)
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  • 97 min
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