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Wild Bunch - HOLLYWOOD : I’M SLEEPING OVER TONIGHT

Antoine de Maximy

HOLLYWOOD : I’M SLEEPING OVER TONIGHT

J'IRAI DORMIR A HOLLYWOOD

Status: Completed

Director(s): Antoine de Maximy

Long synopsis : Everyone knows Tintin and his adventures in America. Thanks to David Lynch, we've already watched with amazement as a gas-powered lawnmower made its surreal odyssey across the States, and as for the delightful Little Miss Sunshine and her extraordinary family's minibus road trip. French filmaker extraordinaire Antoine de Maximy has already cut a swathe across thirty countries, always alone, shamelessly inviting himself to stay with complete strangers for his cult hit series ''I'm Spending The Night At Your Place''. Now. he's really raising the stakes: a feature-length trek across the USA, alone as always, with no crew, his chance meetings with strangers witnessed and recorded through the irreverent and curious eyes of the resourceful 'little Frenchman''. Antoine will paint a unique and never-before-seen portrait of the most-filmed country in the world... THE land of cinema, the country everyone knows - or thinks they know ! HOLLYWOOD : I’M SPLEEPING OVER TONIGHT will be the funniest, the most spontaneous... the craziest road movie ever to grace the big screen. And the cherry on the cake? The chance that he'll end up spending the night under the roof of a Hollywood star. Stallone ? Madonna ? Nicholson ? But what really is a star?

Cast

  • Antoine de Maximy

Crew

  • Producer(s): Yves Darondeau, Christophe Lioud, Emmanuel Priou
  • Director(s): Antoine de Maximy
  • Screenplay: Antoine de Maximy
  • DP: Antoine de Maximy
  • Editing: Loïc Adelis, Anaïs Enshaian, Juliette Haubois, Stéphane Mazalaigue
  • Original Music: Fabrice Viel
  • Original Title: J'IRAI DORMIR A HOLLYWOOD
  • Genre(s): Documentary

  • Production company: BONNE PIOCHE PRODUCTION
  • Production date: 2007
  • Language: English, French
  • Duration: 97 min
  • César Awards 2009 - Nominated
    Award(s) : Best Documentary Film
  • Transilvania International Film Festival 2009

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