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Guillaume De Tonquédec

Guillaume De Tonquédec

Fr. 2023. Comedy by Éric Lavaine with Lambert Wilson, Franck Dubosc, Guillaume De Tonquédec. A group of friends gather in Brittany to celebrate the 50th birthday of one of them.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 2023. Comedy by Pascal Bourdiaux with Hugo Trophardy, Pauline Clément, Sarah Stern. While on a farm with his fellow students, a kid playing tricks investigates the suspicious activities of the farmers and the supposed presence of a ghost in the area.
Runtime: 85 min.
Fr. 2022. Chronicle by Christophe Barratier with Léo Campion, Baptiste Négrel, Guillaume De Tonquédec. Adaptation of the third volume of Marcel Pagnol’s “Childhood Memories.”
Runtime: 104 min.

Lie with Me

V.O.: Arrête avec tes mensonges
Fr. 2022. Drama by Olivier Peyon with Guillaume De Tonquédec, Victor Belmondo, Jéremy Gillet. While visiting the provincial town where he grew up, a famous Parisian writer meets the son of the man who was his first great love in his youth.
Runtime: 98 min.


V.O.: Délicieux
Fr. 2021. Dramatic comedy by Éric Besnard with Grégory Gadebois, Isabelle Carré, Benjamin Lavernhe. At the end of the 18th century in France, a gruff cook and a woman with a mysterious past join forces to create simple, tasty, and convivial local cuisine.
Runtime: 113 min.
Fr. 2020. Comedy by Pascal Bourdiaux with Gavril Dartevelle, Guillaume De Tonquédec, Simon Faliu. A mischievous kids strives to prove that he was not responsible for the unfortunate incident that made his father’s boss look bad.
Runtime: 90 min.
Runtime: 102 min.
Fr. 2019. Dramatic comedy by Ladislas Chollat with Rayane Bensetti, Alexia Giordano, Guillaume De Tonquédec. Abandoned by his team, a hip-hop dancer falls in love with a young ballerina, who introduces him to the world of classical dance.
Runtime: 109 min.
Fr. 2019. Comedy by Mélanie Auffret with Guillaume De Tonquédec, Léa Drucker, Lionel Abelanski. In Brittany, a farmer who loves classical theater sets out to conquer social media in order to defend his small farm threatened with closing.
Runtime: 88 min.

Nobody's Perfect

V.O.: Bonne pomme
Fr. 2017. Comedy by Florence Quentin with Gérard Depardieu, Catherine Deneuve, Grégoire Ludig. Humiliated by his wife, who cheats on him right under his nose, a mechanic leaves everything behind and settles in a village, where he falls in love with a fickle and manipulative innkeeper.
Runtime: 101 min.


V.O.: Belles familles
Fr. 2015. Dramatic comedy by Jean-Paul Rappeneau with Mathieu Amalric, Marine Vacth, Gilles Lellouche. While trying to get the sale of the family home approved, a businessman meets the daughter of his late father
Runtime: 113 min.

The Student and Mister Henri

V.O.: L'Étudiante et Monsieur Henri
Fr. 2015. Dramatic comedy by Ivan Calbérac with Noémie Schmidt, Claude Brasseur, Guillaume De Tonquédec. In exchange for an extension to pay for the room she rents in the Parisian apartment of a grumpy widower, a broke provincial student seduces the latter
Runtime: 98 min.
Fr. 2014. Comedy by Éric Lavaine with Lambert Wilson, Franck Dubosc, Florence Foresti. In rebellion since he suffered a heart attack, a middle-class man in his fifties quits his job and acts obnoxious to his wife and friends, gathered for a vacation in the Cevennes.
Runtime: 98 min.
Runtime: 84 min.

The Scapegoat

V.O.: Au bonheur des ogres
Fr. 2013. Police comedy by Nicolas Bary with Raphaël Personnaz, Bérénice Bejo, Emir Kusturica. A department store employee attempts to unmask the perpetrator of a series of bombings, whose victims were once involved in a child abduction case.
Runtime: 96 min.
Runtime: 85 min.

What's in a Name?

V.O.: Le Prénom
Fr. 2012. Comedy by Matthieu Delaporte, Alexandre de La Patellière with Patrick Bruel, Charles Berling, Valérie Benguigui. A Parisian real estate agent turns a dinner party with friends into a cruel game of truth because of a tasteless joke about his unborn baby's name.
Runtime: 109 min.
Fr. 2010. Dramatic comedy by Vincent Monnet with Lorant Deutsch, Julie Judd, Judy Davis. In 1792, after Louis XVI was deposed, Danton commissioned thugs to steal the crown jewels, intending to offer them to the commander of the Prussian army to appease him.
Runtime: 90 min.

Albert Camus

V.O.: Camus
Fr. 2009. Biography by Laurent Jaoui with Stéphane Freiss, Anouk Grinberg, Guillaume De Tonquédec. A look at the life of Albert Camus, writer, philosopher and journalist, who died in a car accident in 1960.
Runtime: 115 min.

Love Me No More

V.O.: Deux Jours à tuer
Fr. 2008. Psychological drama by Jean Becker with Albert Dupontel, Marie-Josée Croze, Pierre Vaneck. An embittered and cynical Parisian advertising executive leaves his job, family and friends in a huff and heads for Ireland, where his father lives, whom he has not seen in thirty years.
Runtime: 84 min.
Runtime: 110 min.
Fr. 2001. Dramatic comedy by Bruno Gantillon with Guillaume De Tonquédec, Annie Girardot, Paul Crauchet. The manager of a furniture store organizes an unusual contest to launch a new bedding brand.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 1992. Comedy by Charles Nemès with Guillaume De Tonquédec, Claude Jade, Philippe Khorsand. At a private high school, students are trying to get reimbursed for the cost of their education under the pretext that it is inadequate.
Runtime: 97 min.
Fr. 1989. Mores comedy by Claude Zidi with Gérard Depardieu, Maruschka Detmers, Michelle Goddet. A concert organizer and the director of a real estate agency have a romance that forces them to call their independence into question.
Runtime: 114 min.
Fr. 1986. Mores drama by Pierre Granier-Deferre with Élizabeth Bourgine, Michel Aumont, Xavier Deluc. A young teacher tries to unmask the person who is writing anonymous letters about her and has compromising photos of her.
Runtime: 91 min.

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