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KING GUILLAUME

by Pierre-François Martin-Laval

synopsis

Magali, a tuba player in a brass band, and Guillaume, who drives a little tourist train, lead a peaceful life in the suburbs. Their love is still as strong as the day they first met, with their modest dreams and a long-hoped-for pregnancy. But things get complicated when Guillaume’s father, whom he doesn’t know, contacts him to announce that, by virtue of an agreement dating back to the Middle Ages, he is the heir to an authentic kingdom off the coasts of France and England. Guillaume and his wife are disbelieving at first. But the prospect of reigning over an idyllic island, with faithful subjects, a castle and a fortune... is very tempting! However, the reality is far from what the couple imagined. The island is nothing but a shabby rock, battered by the North winds and inhabited by only five rather eccentric people...While Magali is getting excited about her future status as queen, their new servants try to outdo each other with twisted plans to hide the truth from them, until Guillaume can no longer renounce his crown.

original title: King Guillaume
country: France
sales agent: Films Distribution
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Pierre-François Martin-Laval
film run: 85'
release date: FR 28/01/2009
screenplay: Jean-Paul Bathany, Frédéric Proust, Pierre-François Martin-Laval
cast: Pierre-François Martin-Laval, Florence Foresti, Pierre Richard, Raymond Bouchard, Isabelle Nanty, Omar Syn, Frédéric Proust
cinematography by: Régis Blondeau
film editing: Philippe Bourgueil
art director: Franck Schwarz
costumes designer: Anne Schotte
music: Emily Loizeau, Josiane Morand
producer: Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre
production: Mact Productions, France 3 Cinéma, Canal+, CinéCinémas
distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International France
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