Strange Gardens Trailer

Strange Gardens Trailer (2003)

26 March 2003 Drama, Comedy 95 mins

Lucien, 14, can’t understand why his father, a serious and respected teacher, makes a fool of himself by dressing up as a clown and giving a show. André, Lucien’s father’s best friend, feels for the teenager and decides to reveal something from their mutual past that will explain the reason for Lucien’s father’s strange behavior.

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Cast

Jacques Villeret

as Jacques Pouzay

André Dussollier

as André Designy

Thierry Lhermitte

as Thierry Plaisance

Benoît Magimel

as Emile Bailleul

Suzanne Flon

as Marie Gerbier

Damien Jouillerot

as Lucien, le fils

Victor Garrivier

as Félix Gerbier

Nina-Paloma Polly

as Françoise

Michael Hanemann

as Feldwebel

Alexander Held

as Officier SS

Michel Cordes

as le patron du tir

Crew

Jean Becker

Director

International Releases Dates

France 26 March 2003

Production Companies

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