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Irma Vep (1996)


Irma Vep
Genres:
Comedy,
Drama,

Country: France
Language: French   | English
Release Date: 30 April 1997
Runtime: 99 min
Gross: $191,164 (USA) (10 August 1997)
Director: Olivier Assayas

Stars: Maggie Cheung , Jean-Pierre Léaud and Nathalie Richard
Cast: Maggie Cheun, g. Herself Jean-Pierre Léau, d. René Vidal Nathalie Richar, d. Zoé Antoine Basle, r. Journalist Nathalie Boutefe, u. Laure Alex Desca, s. Desormeaux Dominique Fayss, e. Maïté Arsinée Khanjia, n. L'américaine Bernard Nissil, e. Markus Olivier Torre, s. Ferdinand / Moreno Bulle Ogie, r. Mireille Lou Caste, l. José Mirano Jacques Fiesch, i. Roland Estelle Larriva, z. La standardiste Balthazar Clément, i. Robert, assistant
Company Credits: Dacia Films , Canal+
SoundMix: Dolby Digital
Soundtracks: “Tunic(Song for Karen)” by Sonic Youth

Keywords: Vampire, French, Actress, Hotel, Chinese

Rene Vidal, a director in decline, decides to remake Louis Feuillade's silent serial "Les Vampires." Believing no French actress can match Musidora as Irma Vep (an anagram for vampire), he casts Hong Kong action heroine Maggie Cheung, though she speaks no French. On the chaotic set, she's aided by Zoe, the wardrobe mistress with a crush on her; she defends Vidal to a Parisian journalist who trashes all French film and praises John Woo and Schwarzenegger; she befriends Vidal when he goes over the edge; and, in costume, she breaks into a hotel suite to steal jewels as her victim talks on the phone. We also watch the making, the rushes, and the remains of Vidal's unfinished film. Written by  <[email protected]>  



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