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Clément (film)

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Film poster
Directed by Emmanuelle Bercot
Produced by Philippe Martin
Frédéric Niedermayer
Written by Emmanuelle Bercot
Starring Olivier Guéritée
Cinematography Crystel Fournier
Editing by Julien Leloup
Release date(s) 17 May, 2001
Running time 139 minutes
Country France
Language French

Clément is a 2001 French drama film directed by Emmanuelle Bercot. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival.[1]


  • Olivier Guéritée - Clément
  • Emmanuelle Bercot - Marion
  • Kevin Goffette - Benoît
  • Rémi Martin - Franck
  • Lou Castel - François
  • Catherine Vinatier - Aurore
  • Jocelyn Quivrin - Mathieu
  • David Saada - Maurice
  • Eric Chadi - Julien
  • Yves Verhoeven - Patrick
  • Nicolas Buchoux - Barman discothèque
  • Fiona Casalta - Mathilde
  • Joël Curtz - Copain Clément
  • Cyril Descours - Copain Clément
  • Catherine Guillot - Mère Clément
  • Aurélie Lepley - Copain Clément
  • Damien Moratti - Copain Clément
  • Eddy Okba - Copain Clément
  • José Mambolongo Togbe - Videur discothèque
  • Adrian Touati - Copain Clément


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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