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by Patrice Leconte


François is a dealer in antiques, a man completely immersed in his trade. On the occasion of his birthday, his associate Catherine candidly infoms him that he has no friends. The other guests agree: François’ passion is confined to the objects he buys and sells; he cannot connect emotionally. François is shocked - surely they're joking? He has nothing but friends, his days are full of meetings, of people. But Catherine insists: she's talking about friendship, not business. François insists - she's talking nonsense. When things get really heated between them, Catherine offers achallenge: François must produce one of these good friends, a real friend - his best friend. He's got ten days to find him.

international title: My Best Friend
original title: Mon meilleur ami
country: France
sales agent: Wild Bunch International
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Patrice Leconte
film run: 94'
release date: IT 06/12/2006, FR 20/12/2006, BE 27/12/2006, PT 08/02/2007, ES 29/06/2007
screenplay: Patrice Leconte, Jérôme Tonnerre
cast: Daniel Auteuil, Dany Boon, Julie Gayet, Julie Durand, Henri Garcin
cinematography by: Jean-Marie Dreujou
film editing: Joëlle Hache
art director: Yvan Maussion
costumes designer: Annie Perier
producer: Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier
production: Fidélité Films, TF1 Studio Production, Wild Bunch Production
distributor: Wild Bunch Distribution, Lucky Red (IT), Lusomundo (PT)
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