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Celebrating 35 glorious years of the Alliance Française French Film Festival in Australia, we are proud to be screening The Intouchables, as voted by you, our wonderful audience! It's the film you felt most encapsulated the joy and wonder of French cinema.
Prepare for a rollercoaster of emotions with The Intouchables, a film that stole hearts worldwide and remains an unparalleled box office sensation in France. It's an affectionate, boldly honest, and often uproarious exploration of an extraordinary friendship between a wealthy paraplegic and his immigrant caregiver. Based on a true story, this uniquely French buddy film fearlessly tackles social issues while delivering a perfect blend of laughter and heartfelt moments.
A major hit for the already-acclaimed actor François Cluzet, it also launched the highly-talented Omar Sy onto the international stage, bestowing upon him the César Award for Best Actor, the first awarded to a Black person.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience once more the tears and pure joy created by one of the most cherished French films of the 21ST century.
Best actor (Omar Sy) – French César Ceremony 2012
Nominee for Best Foreign Language Movie – Golden Globe Awards
Nominee for Best Foreign Language Movie – Oscars 2013
Tuesday 5th March
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François Cluzet, Omar Sy, Anne Le Ny, Christian Ameri
Eric Toledano, Olivier Nakache
Palace Barracks, Palace Norton St, Palace Cinema Como, Palace Electric, Palace Penny Lane