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The Intouchables (2011)

The Intouchables was a massive hit, taking over $336 million at the box office in its first 6 months. It is a brilliantly funny and tender tale brought to the screen magnificently by its two main actors, Omar Sy and François Cluzet, and its writers/directors, Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano.

This is a light, delightful French film containing several important social messages. It is a film everyone should see.

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You can find more information on this French-language movie on Wikipedia and IMDb.

As always, we recommend you don’t ruin any surprises by reading spoilers or watching this trailer:

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Title: Intouchables

Language: French

Direction: Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano

Screenplay: Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano

Cinematography: Mathieu Vadepied

Editing: Reynald Bertrand

Score: Ludovico Einaudi

Stars: François Cluzet, Omar Sy, Anne Le Ny, Audrey Fleurot, Clotilde Mollet, Alba Gaïa Kraghede Bellugi, Cyril Mendy, Christian Ameri, Grégoire Oestermann, Salimata Kamate, Thomas Solivéres

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Full Acting Cast and Roles

Eric Francois Gaia Gregoire Soliveres

47 Comments

  1. mikanqueen

    This is a great film and one I didn’t get around to reviewing. It’s funny and sad and touching and joyful all at once! It’s the kind of film that restores your faith in humanity!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

  2. livierawes

    Thanks for liking my blog! Love the idea of your blog – I’m always on the look out for a great new film!

  3. Fatima Killeen

    Salaam & Marhaba for your visit to my blog, I enjoyed your site keep up the good work :), Till next time
    In Shaa Allah….

    1. Shimky

      Thanks to Philippe for the tip. A little text would have been nice too! ;O)

      I’ve since read up on this film and I can tell you it won the Jury Prize at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival and in 2012, was nominated for thirteen César Awards. So I guess it was a recommendation from Philippe for us to watch it, not to avoid it! :O)

  4. Dariya

    Great, great movie! I loved it!!! In French, it is hilarious!!!!! Thank you for sharing and “liking” my blog. Dariya

  5. Tudor Rickards

    My interest is in the cultural portrayal of heroes. (Just been listening to a BBC4 account of the Tarzan story in book and film.

    Although not a regular movie-goer, I will be including you among my searches on the subject for my leadership blogs,

    best wishes

  6. Paul J. Stam

    Thanks for stoping by my site. It is nice meeting you. I will be following to keep informed on what’s out there for me to watch.

  7. stanwiedeman

    Thanks for your recent visit to my blog, truthseekerblog.com, and for your response to my recent post, Hollywood’s Blind Side. I will keep your site in mind. I and my family are all pseudo move critics.

  8. jkvegh

    I thoroughly enjoyed this film! Oscar Cy deserves an Oscar for his performance as I felt his presence popped out of the screen as if he were in 3D. His dance scene tops all other modern day performances. His raw talent and authenticity to the role really moved me. I am crossing my fingers at the Academies although he is up against The Master and that will be a hard one to beat.

  9. RDoug

    A positively enchanting film in every respect. The wife and I did a double feature with this and The Sessions — another great film with similar underlying themes.

  10. Roasted-Reverie

    I love this movie so much ! I get so excited as soon as a french movie becomes internationally renowned. The subtitles on the trailer are terrible though! It ruins half of the jokes and fails to convey the striking contrast between the two character’s diction and way of expression, (which doesn’t prevent the formation of their friendship.)

    1. binisun

      Never too late to learn! Especially when one loves the art and culture of another country 🙂 Bonne continuation et bon courage. ++ 🙂

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