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Bimboland

Bimboland

A Feature film by Ariel Zeïtoun

Produced by Légende

Release in France : 23/12/1998

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Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Légende

Film exports/foreign sales :

Gaumont

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Synopsis

Ranging between Nice and Monte-Carlo, this comedy tells the story of a friendship between two young women with nothing remotely in common. Cécile (Judith Godrèche) is an ethnologist. She’s an intellectual and pretty proud of it. Alex (Aure Atika) is a gorgeous beach babe. As part of the fieldwork for her thesis, Cécile infiltrates Alex’s freewheeling bunch of friends, disguised as “Brigitte”, a high-heeled, fun-loving blonde.

Subject

You remember the sirens’ song in The Odyssey, which almost lured Ulysses’s ship onto the rocks? Well, the sirens’ descendants have polished up their tactics over the years and this is what “Bimboland” is about: how modern sirens learn to sing the mesmerizing song that makes jagged rocks look like a welcoming haven as sweet and gentle as a maiden’s arms, the ultimate vision of the Eternal Feminine. (Ariel Zeïtoun)

Full credits (16)

Executive Producer :

Ilan Goldman

Dialogue Writer :

Roselyne Bosch

Co-producers :

Nicolas Seydoux, Laurent Storch, Jean-Michel Lacor

Sound recordists :

Jean-François Mabire, Jean-Yves Munch

Press Attaché (film) :

Claude Davy

Continuity supervisor :

Olivia Bruynoghe

Casting :

Nathalie Chéron

Sound Mixer :

Dominique Dalmasso

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Roselyne Bosch

Screenwriter :

Roselyne Bosch

Director of Photography :

Thierry Jault

Production Manager :

Jérôme Chalou

Editor :

Hugues Darmois

Production Designer :

Dominique André

Costume designer :

Édith Vesperini

Still Photographer :

Roseline Casal-Serra

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Comedy

Themes :

Femininity

Production language :

French

Original French-language productions :

Yes

Nationality :

100% French

Production year :

1998

French release :

23/12/1998

Runtime :

1 h 30 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

90.698

Visa issue date :

26/11/1998

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

1.85

Posters (1)

Director

Festival Selections

Acapulco French Film Festival - 1998

Acapulco French Film Festival (Mexico, 1998)

Selection

French Feature Films