One for the Road (2009 film)

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One for the Road
Le Dernier pour la route.jpg
Directed by Philippe Godeau
Produced by Philippe Godeau
Written by Philippe Godeau
Agnès de Sacy
Based on Le Dernier pour la route
by Hervé Chabalier
Cinematography Jean-Marc Fabre
Distributed by Wild Bunch
Release date
  • 23 September 2009 (2009-09-23)
Running time
106 min
Country France
Language French
Budget $8 million
Box office $5.6 million[1]

One for the Road (French: Le Dernier pour la route) is a 2009 French film directed by Philippe Godeau and starring François Cluzet, Mélanie Thierry, Michel Vuillermoz and Bernard Campan. Based on reporter Herve Chabalier's autobiography about his battle with alcoholism, the story takes place in a French Alps retreat where Herve (Cluzet) confronts his dangerous addiction. The film received five nominations at the César Awards 2010 with Mélanie Thierry winning Most Promising Actress.


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