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Trésor - Claude Berri, François Dupeyron
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France - 2009 - 1 h 24 mn - Réalisation : Claude Berri, François Dupeyron - Scénario : Claude Berri, Eric Assous - Image : Agnès Godard - Décor : Laurent Ott - Montage : François Gédigier - Musique : Frédéric Botton - Son : Pierre Lenoir - Interprétation : Alain Chabat, Mathilde Seigner, Hélène Vincent, Isabelle Nanty, Fanny Ardant -

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Jean-Pierre and Nathalie have been in love for five years. To celebrate this anniversary, Jean-Pierre gives Nathalie an unexpected present, an adorable four-month-old British bulldog. Nathalie is absolutely delighted. It is to be called 'Trésor'. Her relationship with the animal immediately becomes very close. Trésor makes the bedroom his territory and is the master there, snoring, dribbling and taking over the bed. The couple's relationship rocks and capsizes, subjected to the whims of this authoritarian monster.

Claude Berri

Born in 1934 in Paris, Claude Berri Langmann, known as Claude Berri, grew up in a family of Jewish furriers in Paris. He attended acting classes in his teens and then worked as an extra in the cinema and finally obtained small parts. As he had not succeeded as an actor and finding a taste for writing, he became a scriptwriter. He made the short film Le Poulet in 1962, and this won an Oscar in Hollywood. He then scored great success in 1966 with Le Vieil homme et l'enfant, his first feature film. This was the first in a long series of autobiographical films. Later, as a producer, he made judicious choices of successful popular comedies. These successes enabled him to invest in ambitious films whose success was less guaranteed with directors such as Patrice Chéreau, Roman Polanski, Milos Forman and Jean-Jacques Annaud. Although he worked as a producer, Claude Berri never gave up directing, shifting to historical films based on books and then returning to sentimental comedies (La Débandade, 1999; Une femme de ménage, 2002). He died in January 2009.

François Dupeyron

Born in 1950, a graduate of IDHEC, he made his name with his first short films., Drôle d'endroit pour une rencontre (1988) was his first feature. Un cœur qui bat (1991) was followed by the thriller La Machine and then C'est quoi la vie ? (1994) with Eric Caravaca, with whom he worked again in 2001 with La Chambre des officiers. He has written the scripts of all his films and also co-authored Le Fils préféré with Nicole Garcia and Un pont entre deux rives for Gérard Depardieu. He worked on the adaptation of Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran in 2002. He then focused on illegal immigration in Inguélézi and in 2008 made Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera.