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Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis
Genre : 
Comedy, Satire.
Year : 
Director : 
Dany Boon.
Actors : 
Kad Merad, Dany Boon, Zoe Felix, Anne Marivin, Philippe Duquesne, Guy Lecluyse, Patrick Bosso, Michel Galabru, Stéphane Freiss, Zinedine Soualem, Line Renaud, Lorenzo Ausilia Foret, Jerome Commandeur, Alexandre Carriere, Fred Personne, Franck Andrieux, Jean-Christoph Herbeth, Jean-Pierre Picotin, Jenny Cleve, Claude Talpaert, Sylvia Goudal, Yael Boon, Christophe Rossignon, Maryline Delbarre, Guillaume Morand, Yann Kônigsberg, Nadege Beausson-Diagne, Jean-François Elberg, Eric Bleuzé, Bruno Tuchszer, Mickaël Angele, Patrick Cohen, Louisette Douchin, Jean-Marc Vauthier, Cedric Magyari, Laetitia Maisonhaute, Suzy Pillou.
File information:
698.23 Mb

A man born and raised on France's Southern coast is exiled to the Northern territories in this comedy from actor, director and screenwriter Dany Boon. Philippe Abrams (Kad Merad) helps run the post office in a picturesque small town in the South of France. Philippe's wife Julie (Zoe Felix) has been down in the dumps, and he thinks one way to lift her spirits would be to relocate to the more glamorous surroundings of the Cote d'Azur. However, Philippe's attempts to finagle a transfer fail, and he ends up demoted — he's sent to Bergues, a village in Northern France stuck between Belgium and England. Philippe is appalled at the news, and matters only get worse when he has to learn the local dialect, a strange bouillabaisse of French, Flemish and Latin dialects. Julie opts to stay behind, and as Philippe drowns his sorrows in beer on his first night in town, he nearly runs over a man while driving home drunk — who turns out to be one of his new colleagues at the post office, Antoine Bailleul (Dany Boon). But Philippe finds to his surprise that he enjoys life in Bergues, and he becomes infatuated with Annabelle (Anne Marivin), a beautiful letter carrier. Philippe is pondering just what he should do about his feelings for Annabelle when he gets word from Julie that she's decided to join him in the unfashionable North. Bienvenue Chez Les Ch'tis was a major box office success in France, grossing over $80 million in little more than a month in theaters.