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by Michaël Youn


Fatal... is Fatal Bazooka, a bling-bling, hardcore rapper. In fact, he’s a sketch character created by Michaël Youn on his TV show "Morning Live", then developed in the album "T'as Vu”, which sold over 500,000 copies. The film looks at what the rapper would have become if he’d sold... 15 million! Fatal is now a huge star. On the face of it, everything is going well... but in reality, Fatal no longer knows where he’s going, because he no longer knows where he’s from: since his debut, he has led people to believe he grew up in the ghetto... whereas he was in fact born in a small village in Savoy, in the heart of the Alps. But you can’t be a "gangsta" when your parents are shepherds from Savoy, so Fatal chose to hide his background and forget his past...

original title: Fatal
country: France
sales agent: Kinology
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Michaël Youn
release date: BE 16/06/2010, FR 16/06/2010
screenplay: Michaël Youn, Dominique Gauriaud, Jurij Prette, Isabelle Funaro
cast: Michaël Youn, Stéphane Rousseau, Isabelle Funaro, Armelle, Ary Abittan, Fabrice Eboué, Vincent Desagnat, Jérôme Le Banner
cinematography by: Nicolas Bolduc
film editing: Paul Jutras, Carlo Rizzo, Antoine Vareille
costumes designer: Chattoune, Fab, Ginette Magny
producer: Alain Goldman
production: Légende, Makayel, Studio 37, M6 Films
distributor: Victory Productions, Universal Pictures Universal Pictures International France
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