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Jonathan Zaccaï

Jonathan Zaccaï

Belgian actor, film director and screenwriter
July 22, 1970 (53 years old)
Fr. 2023. Drama by Denis Imbert with Jean Dujardin, Jonathan Zaccaï, Dylan Robert. Barely recovered from serious injuries sustained in a heavy fall, a renowned writer sets out to cross France on foot, using only narrow paths.
Runtime: 92 min.

The Man in the Basement

V.O.: L'Homme de la cave
Fr. 2021. Thriller by Philippe Le Guay with François Cluzet, Jérémie Renier, Bérénice Bejo. In Paris, a man and a woman have a run-in with a sexagenarian with strange behavior to whom they sold a cellar in the building where they live.
Runtime: 114 min.

The Morning After

V.O.: Belle fille
Runtime: 96 min.

The Adventures of Remi

V.O.: Les Aventures de Rémi
Fr. 2018. Adventures by Antoine Blossier with Daniel Auteuil, Maleaume Paquin, Virginie Ledoyen. Having become a burden to his adoptive family, an orphan gifted in singing is rented to a street performer, with whom he has many adventures.
Runtime: 109 min.
Suis. 2018. Drama by Robin Erard with Zacharie Chasseriaud, Jonathan Zaccaï, Bérénice Baôo. On the eve of reaching adulthood, an orphan's desire for independence in perpetual conflict with his guardian.
Runtime: 94 min.
Suis. 2016. Drama by Fulvio Bernasconi with Jonathan Zaccaï, Marco Collin, Charlie Arcouette. In Abitibi, a troubled Swiss police officer goes in search of the truck driver who fatally hit a young Indigenous cyclist.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 2015. Comedy by Jérôme Enrico with Zoé Adjani, Jonathan Zaccaï, Tania Vuchkova. Raised in the suburbs of Paris, an uncontrollable teenager is sent to live with her father in Ukraine.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 2012. Drama by Anne-Marie Étienne with Gisèle Casadesus, Anne Consigny, Jonathan Zaccaï. Stressed by their work and family obligations, two women and a man decide to spend the summer in the countryside with a ninety-year-old friend who is fatally ill.
Runtime: 96 min.
Fr. 2012. Thriller by Arnaud Malherbe with Jonathan Zaccaï, Armelle Deutsch, Francis Perrin. A photographer acquires the enigmatic image of a beautiful and frightened young woman who brings him fame but then drags him into a dark criminal case.
Runtime: 90 min.
Runtime: 75 min.

House in Brittany

V.O.: Cornouaille
Fr. 2012. Drama by Anne Le Ny with Vanessa Paradis, Samuel Le Bihan, Jonathan Zaccaï. After coming to Brittany to take possession of the house bequeathed by her aunt, the owner of a Parisian travel agency is assailed by her childhood memories.
Runtime: 96 min.
Fr. 2011. Political drama by Antoine de Caunes with Karin Viard, Jonathan Zaccaï, André Wilms.
Runtime: 105 min.
U.S. 2010. Epic by Ridley Scott with Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Mark Strong. At the dawn of the thirteenth century, an English archer returning from the Crusades becomes famous during an attempted French invasion fomented by a cruel adviser to the iniquitous King John.
Runtime: 140 min.

White as Snow

V.O.: Blanc comme neige
Fr. 2010. Thriller by Christophe Blanc with François Cluzet, Olivier Gourmet, Louise Bourgoin. A car dealer's dream life takes a tragic turn when his crooked business partner is killed by Finnish gangsters who then turn on him.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 2010. Dramatic comedy by Yann Samuell with Sophie Marceau, Marton Csokas, Michel Duchaussoy. An ambitious businesswoman receives letters from a notary that she wrote to herself when she was seven years old, in which she talked about her dreams for the future.
Runtime: 97 min.
Fr. 2010. Dramatic comedy by Hiner Saleem with Jonathan Zaccaï, Golshifteh Farahani, Billey Demirtas. When his Kurdish friend dies, a Parisian ex-convict finds himself at the centre of a conflict between the father and the fianc
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 2009. Comedy by Micha Wald with Jonathan Zaccaï, Popeck, Abraham Leber. When his father dies
Runtime: 99 min.
Fr. 2009. Comedy by Olivier Lécot with Jonathan Zaccaï.
Runtime: 80 min.
Bel. 2008. Mores drama by Joachim Lafosse with Jonas Bloquet, Jonathan Zaccaï, Claire Bodson. A teenager is taken in by three of his mother's friends who, while helping him obtain his high school diploma, interfere in his private life.
Runtime: 108 min.
Fr. 2006. Crime drama by Sébastien Grall with Léa Drucker, Jonathan Zaccaï, Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux. A young woman tries to find her teenage sister who disappeared on vacation after a violent argument.

You and Me

V.O.: Toi et moi
Fr. 2006. Sentimental comedy by Julie Lopes-Curval with Julie Depardieu, Marion Cotillard, Jonathan Zaccaï. The romantic misadventures of two sisters, one a cellist, the other a writer of photo novels.
Runtime: 90 min.

The Beat That my Heart Skipped

V.O.: De battre mon coeur s'est arrêté
Fr. 2005. Psychological drama by Jacques Audiard with Romain Duris, Niels Arestrup, Linh Dan Pham. A schemer from father to son decides to prepare a piano audition to become a concert performer like his deceased mother.
Runtime: 107 min.
Fr. 2005. Psychological drama by Anne Fontaine with Isabelle Carré, Benoît Poelvoorde, Jonathan Zaccaï. Married and mother of a little girl, a young professional is courted by a disturbing veterinarian.
Runtime: 90 min.

Role of her Life

V.O.: Le Rôle de sa vie
Fr. 2004. Dramatic comedy by François Favrat with Agnès Jaoui, Karin Viard, Jonathan Zaccaï. The life of a small-time journalist is turned upside down when she becomes the personal assistant to her favorite movie actress.
Runtime: 102 min.

They Came Back

V.O.: Les Revenants
Fr. 2004. Fantasy by Robin Campillo with Géraldine Pailhas, Jonathan Zaccaï, Frédéric Pierrot. After the world's dead mysteriously come back to life, the authorities seek to facilitate their social reintegration.
Fr. 2004. Sentimental comedy by Julie Lipinski with Hélène de Fougerolles, Jonathan Zaccaï, François Berléand. Under pressure from family and friends, a young couple about to get married is forced to make several compromises.
Runtime: 104 min.
Fr. 2001. Mores comedy by Marion Vernoux with Karin Viard, Hélène Fillières, Victor Lanoux. Over 24 hours, four people experience all kinds of annoyances.
Runtime: 95 min.
Fr. 1999. Mores drama by Anne Villacèque with Corinne Debonnière, Jonathan Zaccaï, Laurence Février. An idle and manipulative seducer marries a woman with an unattractive physique who still lives with her parents.
Runtime: 106 min.
Fr. 1991. Social drama by Gérard Poitou-Weber with Michel Aumont, André Wilms, Clémentine Amouroux. In 1847, a journalist reports on a reform school where children are secretly planning a mutiny.
Runtime: 100 min.

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