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Gilles Marchand, who co-wrote the scripts for Gilles Marchand and Gilles Marchand, makes his directorial debut with Who Killed Bambi?, which he co-wrote with Vincent Dietschy. Isabelle (Sophie Quinton) is a student nurse. One night while leaving the hospital, she hears a ringing in her ear and loses her balance, passing out. When she awakens, the handsome young Dr. Philipp (Laurent Lucas of Gilles Marchand) is standing over her. Amused by the young woman's seeming inability to stand on her own feet, he nicknames her "Bambi." Isabelle is not amused. Their relationship becomes adversarial when Isabelle notices that someone has been diluting the hospital's supply of general anesthetic. She suspects that the doctor is drugging female patients so that he can have sex with them. Before long, it's not just medicine, but patients who are going missing. Isabelle's boyfriend, Sami (Yasmine Belmadi), an intern, begins to think that she's having an affair with Dr. Philipp, and no one believes her accusations, not even her cousin, Véronique (Catherine Jacob), a more experienced nurse. Isabelle finds herself in danger, and her recurring fainting spells create a situation in which she may soon find herself on Dr. Philipp's operating table. Who Killed Bambi? was shown at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival and at the Walter Reade Theater in New York as part of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 2004 Rendez-Vous With French Cinema. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi

  • Release date:November 12, 2004

Crew

Gilles Marchand
Director
Carole Scotta
Producer
Caroline Benjo
Producer
Gilles Marchand
Screenwriter
Vincent Dietschy
Screenwriter
Pierre Milon
Cinematographer
Doc Mateo
Composer (Music Score)
Carlos Dalton
Composer (Music Score)
Alex Beaupain
Composer (Music Score)
Lily Margot
Composer (Music Score)
Francois Eudes
Composer (Music Score)
Robin Campillo
Editor
Laurent Deroo
Production Designer
Isabelle Pannetier
Costume Designer
Virginie Montel
Costume Designer
Frederic Ullman
Sound/Sound Designer
Rafaele Ravinet-Virbel
First Assistant Director
Richard Rousseau
Casting
Constance Demontoy
Casting
Dominik Moll
Technical Advisor
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