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François Arnaud

François Arnaud

French Canadian actor
July 5, 1985 (38 years old)
U.S. 2023. Thriller by Neil Jordan with Liam Neeson, Diane Kruger, Jessica Lange. In California at the end of the 1930s, a private detective is involved in a case that is beyond him when he investigates the disappearance of the ex-lover of a rich heiress.
Runtime: 110 min.
Can. 2022. Drama by Maxime Giroux with Vincent-Guillaume Otis, François Arnaud, Christine Beaulieu. The circumstances that led businessman Vincent Lacroix to foment a major scam at the expense of hundreds of investors.
Runtime: 110 min.

Two Days Before Christmas

V.O.: 23 décembre
Can. 2022. Dramatic comedy by Miryam Bouchard with Virginie Fortin, Bianca Gervais, Guylaine Tremblay. Two days before Christmas, various men and women from Montreal, Quebec City and Charlevoix experience dramas and mishaps that compromise their holiday gatherings.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 2022. Thriller by Michel Kandinsky with François Arnaud, Lothaire Bluteau, Sophie Desmarais. Back in rural Ontario after years spent in the Middle East, a veteran suffering from morbid hallucinations struggles to return to a normal civilian life.
Runtime: 85 min.

Goodbye Happiness

V.O.: Au revoir le bonheur
Can. 2021. Dramatic comedy by Ken Scott (II) with François Arnaud, Louis Morissette, Antoine Bertrand. At their summer home in the Magdalen Islands, four brothers with nothing in common meet to spread their father’s ashes.
Runtime: 107 min.
Can. 2017. Thriller by Patrick Demers with François Arnaud, Normand D'Amour, Nobuya Shimamoto. Learning that the time line is flexible, a Montrealer seeks to return to the past in order to prevent the tragic incident that broke up his family.
Runtime: 99 min.
U.S. 2017. Thriller by Jerell Rosales with Paulina Singer, François Arnaud, James Franco. A teenage girl is romantically involved with a popular actor who is older than her and who turns out to be unbalanced.
Runtime: 86 min.
U.S. 2016. Dramatic comedy by Brian Crano with Rebecca Hall, Dan Stevens, Morgan Spector. In order to test the strength of their relationship, two thirty-somethings from New York, who have been a couple for 10 years, allow one another to have affairs.
Runtime: 96 min.
Can. 2016. Comedy by Stella Meghie with Taylour Paige, Gloria Reuben, Sherri Shepherd. The tribulations of an aspiring writer and the dysfunctional members of her Jamaican family in Brooklyn.
Runtime: 82 min.

Montreal, White City

V.O.: Montréal la Blanche
Can. 2016. Drama by Bachir Bensaddek with Rabah Aït Ouyahia, Karina Aktouf, Hacene Benzerari. On Christmas Eve, in Montreal, an Algerian cab driver helps an Algerian woman find her ex-husband and daughter.
Runtime: 97 min.

The Girl King

V.O.: Tyttokuningas
Can. 2015. History by Mika Kaurismaki with Malin Buska, Sarah Gadon, Michael Nyqvist. In the 17th century, Queen Kristina of Sweden tries to reconcile her consuming passion for her lady-in-waiting with her dream of modernizing her country, torn apart by the Thirty Years
Runtime: 102 min.
Can. 2015. Thriller by Jorge Michel Grau with Bella Thorne, Kyra Sedgwick, Frank Grillo. A teen traveling with her mother to a treatment center for her agoraphobia has to fight for their lives against a gunman who attacks them. (Source: IMDb)
Runtime: 90 min.

Rabid Dogs

V.O.: Enragés
Fr. 2015. Thriller by Éric Hannezo with François Arnaud, Lambert Wilson, Virginie Ledoyen. After a robbery gone wrong, four fugitives take refuge in a shopping mall, where they take a woman hostage.
Runtime: 100 min.
Bel. 2013. Comedy by Ismaël Saidi with François Arnaud, Eddy King, Reda Chebchoubi. In Brussels, three childhood friends dreaming of opening a snack bar set up a gigolo agency in order to raise the necessary money.
Runtime: 83 min.

I Killed My Mother

V.O.: J'ai tué ma mère
Can. 2009. Dramatic comedy by Xavier Dolan with Xavier Dolan, Anne Dorval, Suzanne Clément. The hard road to adulthood of a precious teenager at odds with his mother, an unusual woman who raised him alone.
Runtime: 110 min.

Heat Wave

V.O.: Les Grandes Chaleurs
Can. 2009. Dramatic comedy by Sophie Lorain with Marie-Thérèse Fortin, François Arnaud, Marie Brassard. A fifty-two-year old social worker, recently widowed, falls under the charm of a twenty-year-old man.
Runtime: 99 min.

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