Nos 18 ans
|Nos 18 ans|
|Directed by||Frédéric Berthe|
|Produced by||Marie-Jeanne Pascal|
|Screenplay by||Éric Assous|
|Based on||Notte prima degli esami
by Fausto Brizzi
|Music by||Arnaud Matteï|
|Cinematography||Pavans de Ceccatty Philippe|
|Editing by||Célia Lafitedupont|
|Running time||93 minutes|
Nos 18 ans is a French comedy teen film directed by Frédéric Berthe and released in 2008. It is a remake of the 2006 Italian film "Notte prima degli esami" ("Night Before the Exams") written and directed by Fausto Brizzi. Alternative titles for the film include School's Out.
The soundtrack includes many hits evoking the 1980s:
- Yelle: "Nos 18 ans"
- The Cure: "Close to me"
- Telephone: "Ca c'est vraiment toi"
- S'express: "Theme from s'express"
- Simply Red: "If you don't know me by now"
- 10cc: "I'm not in love"
- The Buggles: "Video Killed the Radio Star"
- Marino Marini: "Come Prima"
- Metiswing: "De cuba trango este son"
- Dexys Midnight Runners: "Come on Eileen"
- Mano Negra: "Mala Vida"
- Wham: "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"
- David Bowie: "Modern love"
- Rickie Lee Jones: "On Saturday Afternoon in 1963"
- The Beautiful South: "Song for whoever"
- The Jam: "Town called Malice"
- Les Rita Mitsouko: "Andy"
- Théo Frilet as Lucas
- Valentine Catzéflis as Clémence
- Michel Blanc as the teacher Martineau
- Arthur Dupont as Maxime
- Julia Piaton as Sarah
- Liza Manili as Alice
- Pierre Boulanger as Richard
- Bernadette Lafont as Adèle
- Venantino Venantini as Marcello
- Maruschka Detmers as Clémence's mother
- Iris Besse as Valentine
- Annabel Rohmer as Clarisse
- Bartholomew Bouteillis as Yvan
- Pierre Niney as Loïc
- Lucy Ferry as Laura
- Aurélie Cabrero as Princess Leia
- Sylvain Levitte as Edgar Le Prince
- Sébastien Houbani as "Michael Jackson"
- Eric Naggar as the principal
- Xavier Gallais as the gynaecologist
- Roger Contebardo as Werner
- Alain Pointier
- "School's out". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2013-07-31.
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