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Hasards ou coïncidences Trailer (1998)

18 November 1998 Drama, Comedy

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Alessandra Martines

as Myriam Lini

Pierre Arditi

as Pierre Turi

Marc Hollogne

as Marc Deschamps

Véronique Moreau

as Catherine Desvilles

Patrick Labbé

as Michel Bonhomme

Luigi Bonino

as le père de Myriam

France Castel

as la secrétaire du consul d'Italie

Charles Gérard

as l'homme sur le bateau

Vincenzo Martines

as Mauro Lini

David Lahaye

as le voleur


Francis Lai

Original Music Composer

Claude Bolling

Original Music Composer

Pierre-William Glenn

Pierre-William Glenn Director of Photography

Jacques Bufnoir

Jacques Bufnoir Set Decoration

International Releases Dates

France 18 November 1998

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