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Patrice Leconte (born November 12, 1947, in Paris, France) is a French film director, actor, comic strip writer, and screenwriter.
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As: Himself - Director
When the silent cinema learned to speak, the audience was surprised not only by the voices of the actors and the sound effects, but also by a new element, the music, which, combined with the dance and an unprejudiced imagination, gave rise to a new genre, as important to Hollywood cinema as the western was: the musical. A journey through the history of this genre, from its beginnings to the present day.
Runtime: 45 min.
Directed by: Éric Bitoun
You're a provincial kid in Paris and suddenly you're the center of attention: Movie stars, famous directors and sexy women are doting on you because they all think you're the son of their long-dead legendary friend. You never knew your dad, but the facts of this famous guy's life suggest that he might have fathered you. Your mom tells you nothing. All the fuss makes you uncomfortable at first but ...
Runtime: 106 min.
Directed by: Pascal Aubier
As: Le voyageur incommodé
En voulant aider Marylou à sortir de la délinquance, Pinot, simple flic, va se retrouver confronté à Tony, son compagnon, un dealer.
Runtime: 85 min.
Directed by: Gérard Jugnot