Bluff (film)

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Bluff
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Directed by Simon Olivier Fecteau
Marc-André Lavoie
Produced by Marc-André Lavoie
Jean-René Parteneau
Simon Olivier Fecteau
Pierre Brousseau (executive producer)
Written by Marc-André Lavoie
Simon Olivier Fecteau
Starring Rémy Girard
Pierre-François Legendre
Julie Perreault
Isabelle Blais
Emmanuel Bilodeau
Marie-Laurence Moreau
Music by Frédéric Bégin
Cinematography Marc-André Lavoie (director of photography)
Distributed by Seville Pictures
Release dates
  • September 7, 2007 (2007-09-07)
Running time 88 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Bluff is a 2007 Canadian comedy film. It was directed, written and produced by Simon Olivier Fecteau and Marc-André Lavoie.

Plot[edit]

A building inspector finds a shocking discovery in the basement to a building that is about to be destroyed. He contacts the landlord and, as the pair wait for the police to show up, the story of this discovery comes uncovered.

Recognition[edit]

Bluff was nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the 28th Genie Awards.

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