Release date27 November 1996 (1996-11-27) (France) WriterAlbert Dupontel (dialogue), Albert Dupontel (screenplay), Gilles Laurent Initial releaseNovember 27, 1996 (France) Initial DVD releaseNovember 22, 2000 (France) CastClaude Perron (Marion), Roland Blanche (Donald Willis), Albert Dupontel (Bernie Noël), Roland Bertin (Ramonda), Hélène Vincent (la mère), Catherine Samie (la grand-mère) Similar moviesAlbert Dupontel directed Bernie and Enfermes dehors
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Bernie is a 1996 French film directed by Albert Dupontel.
It tells the story of Bernie Noël, a 29-year-old man who's been raised all his life in an orphanage in Paris' suburbs. He was found in a garbage can when he was only a few months old. His first name comes from the man who found him there (Bernie, the building's janitor) and his last name comes from the time of year when he was found (Noël, "Christmas" in French).
At age 29, Bernie decides to leave the orphanage to explore a world that he knows only through television and what his friends have told him. On his own, roaming a Paris-by-night hostile environment, he goes through several madly epic adventures searching for his parents, before eventually finding them and "saving" them from an imaginary government conspiracy.
This neurotic and maladjusted young man will bring mischief and mayhem in his trail, which will lead him and his loved ones to a dramatic conclusion...
Directed by : Albert Dupontel
Story : Albert Dupontel and Gilles Laurent
Dialogues : Albert Dupontel
Production : Canal+, Contre Prod, Kasso Inc. Productions, Rézo Films, Ulysse Films
Category: Comedy (?)
Running time: 87 min
Sound: Dolby Digital
November 27, 1996 (France)
January 8, 1997 ( Belgium)
The film was nominated for the César Award for Best First Feature Film at the 22nd César Awards.