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A bodyguard hired to look after a lawyer ends up protecting the man from himself in this breezy comedy from France. Bertrand Beauvois (Fabrice Luchini) is a successful fiftysomething attorney who's hired to represent Edith Lasalle (Stéphane Audran), who has been charged with killing a man with ties to the Russian mafia. Edith's adult son, Louis (Gilles Cohen), has been warned that Russian strong-arm men may try to silence his mother and her legal team, so he hires a private security team to protect them and Bertrand finds he's shadowed at all times by stone-faced Christophe Abadi (Roschdy Zem). Bertrand doesn't see the need for Christophe's presence, but when the lawyer has trouble brushing off a former girlfriend he'd rather not see, the bodyguard turns out to be a valuable ally. Bertrand and Christophe strike up a friendship, as the former is increasingly impressed with the latter's street smarts and good judgment, but when Audrey Varela (Louise Bourgoin), a gorgeous woman nearly half Bertrand's age, begins throwing herself at him, Christophe has a hard time convincing his client that something is clearly not right. La Fille de Monaco (aka The Girl From Monaco) received its North American premiere at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:July 3, 2009

Crew

Anne Fontaine
Director
Philippe Carcassonne
Producer
Bruno Pesery
Producer
Benoît Graffin
Screenwriter
Anne Fontaine
Screenwriter
Jacques Fieschi
Screenwriter
Patrick Blossier
Cinematographer
Philippe Rombi
Composer (Music Score)
Maryline Monthieux
Editor
Yves Fournier
Production Designer
Catherine Leterrier
Costume Designer
Brigitte Taillandier
Sound/Sound Designer
Jean-Claude Laureux
Sound/Sound Designer
Jean-Pierre Laforce
Sound/Sound Designer
Christine Raspillère
Production Manager
Agathe Grau
Continuity
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