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Les diamants de la victoire (2010)

September 1792. The Austro-Prussian coalition invades France, Verdun falls and the road to Paris is opened, the Revolution appears lost. Danton, Minister of Justice, tries a ploy: to steal ... See full summary »

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Vincent Monnet

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Didier Decoin (scenario and dialogue)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lorànt Deutsch Lorànt Deutsch ... Théophile - vicomte de Chandrilles
Julie Judd Julie Judd ... Graciane
Judith Davis Judith Davis ... Audine de Chandrilles
Pierre Laplace Pierre Laplace ... Danton
Éric Naggar Éric Naggar ... Duc de Mauresquiel
Sébastien Libessart ... Marquis de Kersaint
Guillaume de Tonquédec ... Comte de Jobourg (as Guillaume de Tonquedec)
Pierre Niney ... Boivin de Bièvre
Gérard Loussine Gérard Loussine ... Belette
Christophe Bouisse ... Ravelin
Stéphane Höhn Stéphane Höhn ... Billaud-Varenne
Franck Adrien Franck Adrien ... Michel
Jérôme Paquatte Jérôme Paquatte ... Sans Culotte 1
Cédric Revollon Cédric Revollon ... Sans Culotte 3
JeanDominique Bastien JeanDominique Bastien ... Jean
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September 1792. The Austro-Prussian coalition invades France, Verdun falls and the road to Paris is opened, the Revolution appears lost. Danton, Minister of Justice, tries a ploy: to steal the Crown Diamonds kept at the Hotel Garde-Meuble and buy the Duke of Brunswick, commander of the Prussian army. Theophile, viscount of Chandrilles is then contacted by an alleged baroness close to the king, she asks him to seize the diamonds in order to free the royal family held at the Prison of the Temple. The latter resolves to accept the mission and strives to form his group of marauders among aristocrats . Written by Anonymous.

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Country:

France

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French

Release Date:

18 September 2010 (France) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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16:9 HD
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Ocean 11 goes to a French Palace!
10 July 2011 | by stuka24See all my reviews

Are women more intelligent than men? Probably so. Look no further than this film: both ravishing Graciane and angelic Audine de Chandrilles (Judith Davis) are more intelligent than their partners, Audine realizing from the start "Madame la Baronne" was an invention, and Graciane outsmarts all men around, not only French guards. Julie Judd, who is Graciane in this film, played naive honest "Laurence" here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1528873/ and was hateable as a manipulative and ambitious fiancé of Frédéric Diefenthal in "Pas de panique" Also was in the girlie "30 something" TV series "Clara Scheller".

My favourite character by far is Belette, the pro thief (Gérard Loussine). Don't let his slovenly looks deceive you: he could stripe you of your wallet or open any "modern lock" faster than you read this sentence, so much even the police know they need him outside. Which reminds me a lot of Latin American police, thus making me paradoxically "relieved" into finding corruption is more widespread than I thougth :). The "Duc de Mauresquiel" is the posh version of the same character, funny as such. "Boivin de Bièvre" is a fun sidekick, who got in the job out of boredom: "my wife bores me, she's always playing with dolls. Well, she's 14 y.o.!" he exclaims, reminding us how forced marriages were so widespread even not many centuries ago.

Danton is another hidden gem: manipulative and ruthless as any demagogue from nowadays, he can nevertheless keep a promise, or sort of :).

Palaces are beautiful, plot is implausible but fun, if you like everything royal, do watch this farcical comedy, you won't regret it.


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