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BELPHEGOR: PHANTOM OF THE LOUVRE

by Jean-Paul Salomé

synopsis

At the dawn of the new millenium, a mummy endowed with evil powers gives birth to a phantom named Belphégor who haunts the Louvre museum by night. With Peï's pyramide as a backdrop, display cases explode, video surveillance cameras go haywire, alarm systems are neutralized and Egyptian artifacts disappear...

international title: Belphegor: Phantom of the Louvre
original title: Belphégor - Le fantôme du Louvre
country: France
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Jean-Paul Salomé
film run: 97'
release date: FR 04/04/2001, CH 04/04/2001, BE 11/04/2001, HU 13/09/2001, IT 05/10/2001, CZ 06/12/2001, SK 30/01/2002, NL 14/03/2002, PL 28/06/2002, ES 05/07/2002, BG 27/09/2002,
screenplay: Jean-Paul Salomé, Jérôme Tonnerre
cast: Sophie Marceau, Michel Serrault, Julie Christie, Frédéric Diefenthal, Jean-François Balmer, Lionel Abelanski
cinematography by: Jean-François Robin
film editing: Sylvie Landra
art director: Michèle Abbe
costumes designer: Pierre-Yves Gayraud
music: Bruno Coulais
producer: Alain Sarde
production: Les Films Alain Sarde, TF1 Studio Production
distributor: BAC Films, Cinéart (BE), Frenetic Film (CH), Best Hollywood (HU), 01 Distribution (IT), SPI International (CZ/SK), A-Film Distribution (NL), Syrena Entertainment (PL), Laurenfilm (ES), Vadi Van Kris (BG)
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