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by James Huth


Brice, an eternal teenager approaching 30, neglected by a wheeler-dealer father and an absent mother, has taken refuge in a posture, a style‚ by which he expresses his real inner self: he’s a surfer, a winner. Like Bodhi, the hero of “Point Break,” his favorite film, Brice is waiting to surf HIS wave – in Nice! As absurd as this seems, no one dares to mock Brice, for he’s a formidable swashbuckler with language and he’s made it his specialty to ‘break’ everything and everyone with his verbal repartee. It’s inevitable that reality would one day catch up with Brice.

original title: Brice de Nice
country: France
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: James Huth
film run: 98'
release date: BE 30/03/2005, FR 06/04/2005
screenplay: Jean Dujardin, Karine Angeli, James Huth
cast: Jean Dujardin, Clovis Cornillac, Elodie Bouchez, Bruno Salomone
cinematography by: Philippe Piffeteau
art director: Alain Veissier
costumes designer: Sandrine Weill
music: Bruno Coulais
producer: Eric Altmayer, Nicolas Altmayer
production: Mandarin Productions / Mandarin Cinéma, M6 Films
distributor: TFM Distribution, Victory Productions
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