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Director  Jerome Enrico
Music director  Michel Ochowiak
Country  France
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Crime
Language  French
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Release date  4 October 2012 (2012-10-04) (Festa do Cinema Frances) 16 January 2013 (2013-01-16) (France)
Writer  Laurie Aubanel (scenario), Jerome Enrico (dialogue), Jerome Enrico (scenario), Bianca Olsen (original idea), Bianca Olsen (scenario), Cyril Rambour (scenario)
Screenplay  Jerome Enrico, Laurie Aubanel, Bianca Olsen, Cyril Rambour
Cast  Bernadette Lafont (Paulette), Carmen Maura (Maria), Dominique Lavanant (Lucienne), Françoise Bertin (Renée), André Penvern (Walter), Axelle Laffont (Agnès)
Similar movies  Pulp Fiction, Se7en, Straight Outta Compton, Collateral, Homefront, Training Day

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Paulette is a 2012 French comedy crime film directed by Jérôme Enrico. He wrote the script in cooperation with Bianca Olsen, Laurie Aubanel and Cyril Rambour. It has been said the plot was based on true events.


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Paulette and her late husband had a brasserie. Now the xenophobic old lady lives alone in a banlieue and her pension is too small to get along. In the course of a sequestration most of her furniture and also her TV set are seized. Moreover, the landline is cut off because of overdue bills. Paulette is desperate to earn money somehow and she hears there is much money to be made in dealing cannabis. She visits a known criminal named Vito in her area and asks him for work. He commissions her eventually to sell his cannabis. Yet the other dealers don't put up with her unexpected success. They beat her up and rob her. Again she is desperate because she has to deliver a certain amount of money to Vito. Instead of just distributing sheer cannabis she starts to sell cakes and biscuits spiced with cannabis. Soon there is a huge demand for her elaborate pastries. Vito's boss gets enthusiastic about her success and plans to sell her biscuits to pupils. When she refuses to support this idea, the villain kidnaps Paulette's grandson. She starts a spectacular attempt to free him but in the end it is her son-in-law Ousmane who saves the day. Finally she leaves France and opens a cannabis coffee shop in Amsterdam, hereby becoming herself the kind of person she used to dislike: an emigrant.


Paulette (film) movie scenes
  • Bernadette Lafont as Paulette
  • Carmen Maura as Maria
  • Dominique Lavanant as Lucienne
  • Françoise Bertin as Renée
  • André Penvern as Walter
  • Ismaël Dramé as Léo
  • Jean-Baptiste Anoumon as Ousmane
  • Axelle Laffont as Agnès
  • Paco Boublard as Vito
  • Aymen Saïdi as Rachid
  • Pascal N'Zonzi as Father Baptiste
  • Reception

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    Brendan Kelly wrote for Montreal's Gazette and The Vancouver Sun the film had "its highs and lows". Carola Almsinck ( wrote on the occasion of the German release "Paulette" was a "very French" film and eligible as an "amusing fairytale".


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