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Le Clone

Le Clone

A Feature film by Fabio Conversi

Produced by Rigolo Films 2000

Release in France : 17/06/1998

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Executive Producer :

Rigolo Films 2000

Film exports/foreign sales :

TF1 Studio (ex-TF1 International)

Co-productions :

StudioCanal, TF1 Films Production, Babe Productions

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Thomas has every reason to be happy. He has a wife (Victoria, the sexiest dentist on earth), an adorable baby daughter and a good job as a program designer for a big software company. He is presently working on a revolutionary new “anti-shyness” program which obliges him to spend more time at his computer than with his family. But soon Thomas will reap his reward. This very evening, he has just put the final touches to his programming masterpiece, a virtual character named Leo who is an exact replica of his creator, only without any of his defects. Leo is the keystone of the program, which Thomas is due to unveil tomorrow. But Thomas hasn’t reckoned with Leo’s spirit of initiative, and Leo is determined to break out from the computer screen and discover real life..


I liked both the main characters: Leo for his total naiveté, his childlike way of discovering the world by goofing around, and Thomas for his shyness and discomfort in life, not knowing how to handle his family situation. There are lots of guys like that around, people so tied up in their work that they don’t have a minute to spare for their families. It’s a very contemporary subject! (Elie Semoun - excerpt from press kit)

Full credits (12)

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Fabio Conversi

Director of Photography :

Bruno de Keyzer

Press Attachés (film) :

Alexandra Schamis, Blanche Aurore Duault

Production Designer :

Philippe Chiffre

Costume designer :

Véronique Périer

Still Photographer :

Jean-Marie Leroy

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Feature film

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100% French

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Runtime :

1 h 28 min

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Dolby SRD