Nothing to Declare (film)

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Nothing to Declare
Nothing to Declare.jpg
Directed by Dany Boon
Produced by Les Productions du Chicon
Éric Hubert
Written by Dany Boon
Starring Benoît Poelvoorde
Dany Boon
Music by Stéphane Reichart
Cinematography Pierre Aïm
Edited by Luc Barnier
Distributed by Pathé
Release date
  • 15 December 2010 (2010-12-15) (Angers premiere)
  • 26 January 2011 (2011-01-26) (France)
Running time
108 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $24.4 million
Box office $90 million[1]

Nothing to Declare (French: Rien à déclarer) is a 2010 French comedy film, written and directed by Dany Boon.[2]


On 1 January 1993, two customs officers, one Belgian and the other French, have to deal with closure of their small customs post situated between Courquain in France and Koorkin in Belgium.

Both a hereditary francophobe and an over-zealous Belgian customs officer, Ruben Vandevoorde is forced to join the first Franco-Belgian mobile squad. The first French volunteer for the squad is Mathias Ducatel, Vandervoorde's personal bête noire. Ducatel also has the misfortune to have fallen in love with Vandervoorde's sister Louise, who is afraid to unveil their love because of the trouble she knows it will cause within her family.


Box office[edit]

According to Pathé the film sold 48,155 tickets in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais on the opening night, the biggest film success in the region since Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis.[3]


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  2. ^ "Nothing to Declare". Retrieved 2015-03-24. 
  3. ^ (French) Article « Rien à déclarer », premier jour : un succès sans excès

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