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Year: 2017

Original Title: Au revoir là-haut

Country: France

Length: 117 minutes

Genre: Drama, History, Comedy

Studios: Gaumont, France 2 Cinéma

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Plot

In the France of the First World War, Edouard and Albert meet each other. One is an illustrator and the other, an accountant. They have nothing in common except their status as soldiers. In the middle of a battle, they will get wounded and harmed but will remain painfully alive. After the horrible war, they will return home as great friends and will build a swindle around the monuments of the fallen in the conflict. The crazy 20's fill France with activity and color while Edouard and Albert carry out a spectacular ruse that could put their lives in real danger. The film is directed by Albert Dupontel ('Irreversible', '9 months ... of condemnation!') And stars Dupontel himself with Nahuel Pérez Biscayart ('The aura', '120 beats per minute'). It is based on the novel of the same name by Pierre Lemaitre that is considered one of the most important novels about the great War and winner of the Goncourt in 2013. Hide full plot... Show full plot

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Cast See You Up There

Nahuel Pérez Biscayart

Nahuel Pérez Biscayart

Edouard Péricourt

Albert Dupontel

Albert Dupontel

Albert Maillard

Niels Arestrup

Niels Arestrup

Marcel Péricourt

Émilie Dequenne

Émilie Dequenne

Madeleine Péricourt

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Trivia See You Up There

The role of Albert Maillard was originally to be played by Bouli Lanners who, due to overwork, withdrew from the project. The film is dedicated to Alain de Greef and Marcel Gotlib. Gorlib was a comic star and the director, Albert Dupontel was a huge fan of his comics and work in general. The film won five César awards in the categories of Best Director, Script Adapted, Costume Design, Photography and Production Design.

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