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Julien Rappeneau - Based on a graphic novel Dream Team by Mario Torrecillas & Artur Laperla
Julien Rappeneau Rosalie Blum
FranĂ§ois Damiens (La Famille BĂ©lier, Cowboys, Just to be sure, The World is yours)
Maleaume Paquin (RĂ©mi, Nobody's Boy)
Ludivine Sagnier (Remi, Nobody's Boy, CĂ©sar Award nominee for Swimming Pool and A Secret)
AndrĂ© Dussolier (Bad Seeds, Roomates Wanted, Diplomacy, Beauty and the Beast, My Worst Nightmare, Micmacs, Tell No One, 36, A Very Long Engagement, Officer s Ward - Best Supporting Actor at the Cesar Awards 2002, Children of the Marshlands)
Laetitia Dosch (Our Struggles, Montparnasse BienvenĂĽe)
Nicolas Wanczycki The Climb
CassiopĂ©e Mayance (Against the wind)
Michael Gentile - The Film
Delivery: Q4, 2019
2019 / Original language: France / Color
Twelve-year old Theo plays for a local soccer club and has enough talent to eventually go pro. But his father has been on a self-destructive spiral ever since he started drinking and got divorced, and Theo feels powerless and anxious as he watches his dad slowly destroying his own life. But he refuses to give up on him. When a recruiter for a prestigious British club takes notice of him, Theo sees an opportunity to rekindle his fatherâ€™s hope, but despite all his efforts he is not selected. So he decides to lie and say he was, hoping to make his father happy and proud. Theoâ€™s dad is so overjoyed that he puts all his heart into helping his son prepare for â€śonce-in-a-lifetime opportunityâ€ť gradually regaining his taste for life and motivation for the future. Until the lie reaches unforeseen proportions and
completely spins out of control. Thankfully, Theoâ€™s little lie has already operated big change and generated so much hope, that life is able to get back on track. Only better!