Jean-Philippe (film)

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Directed by Laurent Tuel
Produced by Olivier Delbosc
Marc Missonnier
Screenplay by Laurent Tuel
Christophe Turpin
Starring Fabrice Luchini
Johnny Hallyday
Guilaine Londez
Antoine Duléry
Music by André Manoukian
Cinematography Denis Rouden
Catherine Pujol
Edited by Valérie Deseine
Release date
  • 5 April 2006 (2006-04-05) (France/Belgium)
Running time
90 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $15.1 million
Box office $8.6 million[1]

Jean-Philippe is a French film co-written and directed by Laurent Tuel and starring Fabrice Luchini, alongside Johnny Hallyday as a fictional version of himself.[2]


After an accident, Fabrice, a fan of Johnny Hallyday, falls into a coma. He wakes up in a parallel dimension in which Johnny, real name Jean-Philippe Smet, abandoned his singing career early on and never became a star. He then convinces Jean-Philippe to become the rock star he should have been.



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  2. ^ "Review: Jean-Philippe (2006)". Retrieved 2013-07-04.

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