Release date14 March 2012 (2012-03-14) (France) WriterJulien Rappeneau (dialogue), Julien Rappeneau (scenario), Julien Rappeneau (screenplay), Florent-Emilio Siri (scenario)
My Way, released in France as Cloclo, is a 2012 French biographical drama film about the life of French singer, songwriter and entertainer Claude François. It is co-written and directed by Florent Emilio Siri, and stars Jérémie Renier as François.
Cloclo is referring to François' nickname, while the international name was chosen due to the eponymous song popularized by Frank Sinatra, but originally co-written, co-composed and performed as "Comme d'habitude" by François. The film follows the life of the singer from his childhood in Egypt to his accidental death in 1978.
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Jérémie Renier as Claude François
Benoît Magimel as Paul Lederman
Monica Scattini as Lucia "Souffa" François
Sabrina Seyvecou as Josette "Jojo" François
Ana Girardot as Isabelle Forêt
Joséphine Japy as France Gall
Maud Jurez as Janet Woollacot
Marc Barbé as Aimé François
Eric Savin as Jean-Jacques Tilche
Émilie Caen as Geneviève Leroy
Sophie Meister as Kathalyn Jones
Janicke Askevold as Sofia
Pascal Aubert as Eddy Marnay
Robert Knepper as Frank Sinatra
The film received positive reviews from film critics, who praised Renier's performance and Siri's direction. It holds a 83% rating on the film critics aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes based on 6 reviews.