|Directed by||Christian Duguay|
|Produced by||Ludi Boeken, Pascal Judelewicz, Romain Le Grand, Frédérique Dumas, Geneviève Lemal, Chica Benadava, Walid Chammah, Florian Genetet-Morel, Joe Iacono, Lyse Lafontaine|
|Written by||Guillaume Canet
|Based on||Crin Noir
by Karine Devilder
|Starring||Guillaume Canet, Marina Hands, Daniel Auteuil|
|Music by||Clinton Shorter|
|Edited by||Richard Marizy|
|Box office||$14.8 million|
In the early 1980s, Pierre Durand, Jr. gives up on his career as a lawyer and turns to professional show jumping. He purchases Jappeloup de Luze (1975-1991) from Henry Delage. He loses at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California, but wins at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
- Guillaume Canet as Pierre Durand, Jr.
- Marina Hands as Nadia
- Daniel Auteuil as Serge Durand
- Lou de Laâge as Raphaëlle Dalio
- Tchéky Karyo as Marcel Rozier
- Jacques Higelin as Dalio
- Marie Bunel as Arlette Durand
- Joël Dupuch as Francis Lebail
- Frédéric Épaud as Patrick Caron
- Arnaud Henriet as Frédéric Cottier
- Donald Sutherland as John Lester
- Antoine Cholet as Hubert Bourdy
- Edmond Jonquères d'Oriola as Philippe Rozier
- Benoît Petitjean as Éric Navet
- Sébastien Cazorla as Michel Robert
- Noah Huntley as Joe Fargis
- James Flynn as John Lester's son
- Xavier Alcan as Sponsor
- Sonia Ben Ammar as young Raphaele
- Jean Rochefort as himself
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