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C'est pas moi, c'est l'autre

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:December 24, 2004
Running time:92 minutes
Cast:Roy Dupuis, Anemone, Emmanuel Auger, Tetchena Bellange, Luck Mervil
Director:Alain Zaloum
Producer:David Blake, Lynda Cope, Paul E. Painter, Chuck Smiley, Fred de Fooko
Writer:Luis Furtado, Fred de Fooko
Distributor:Equinoxe Films

Web Site: http://www.equinox-film.com/filmsavenir.asp

Description: Vincent Papineu, a bungling robber, steals a "table sans valor" during a routine robbery in Montreal. He fences the goods for a pittance, only to learn that it contained 50 00$ hidden its framework. To make matters worse, the table belongs to Carlo (aka Carlotta Luciani), a top hit man in the Marseillaise Maffia. And, Carlo is determined to find the thief who stole is table. Vincent disguises himself as a priest to evade Carlo, only to have two police officers mistake him for Claude Laurin, a police investigator who they think is undercover. Taking advantage of his mistaken identity, Vincent concocts an incredible plan with his friend Dieudonne.

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