Porn in the Hood
|Porn in the Hood|
|Directed by||Franck Gastambide|
|Written by||Franck Gastambide|
|Music by||Sinik, Cheb Bilal & Big Ali|
|Box office||$7.8 million|
Porn in the Hood (French: Les Kaïra) is a 2012 French comedy film directed by Franck Gastambide. It is based on a popular web series, Kaira Shopping. It was a commercial success, being the most profitable French film in 2012.
The film follows the misadventures of three young men, Mousten, Abdelkrim and Momo, who have been friends since childhood and they have never left their hometown, Melun. Unemployed, without ambition or a purpose in life, they spend part of their time watching porn films and eventually become convinced that entering the porn industry could make them rich and famous. They meet a sleazy producer, who asks them to provide a video demonstration : embarking on a quest to find a girl for their video, the three friends must face a series of humiliating mishaps...
- Jib Pocthier as Momo
- Medi Sadoun as Abdelkrim
- Franck Gastambide as Mousten
- Ramzy Bedia as Warner
- Alice Belaïdi as Kadija
- Pom Klementieff as Tia
- Demon One as Steeve
- Ismaël Sy Savané as Ismaël
- Annabelle Lengronne as Stay
- Sissi Duparc as Sylvaine
- François Damiens as porn producer Claude Fachoune
- Doudou Masta as Organizer of rap festival
- François Bureloup as Bernard
- Alex Lutz as The Egyptian
- Katsuni as herself
- Armelle as Libertine orgy's organizer
- Eric Cantona as coach of the football team
- Elie Semoun as himself
- François Levantal as sex-shop owner
- Cut Killer as hip-hop festival DJ
- Mister You as himself
- Rocco Siffredi as himself
- Sir Samuel as the Boss
- Bridgette B as the American
- Mafia K'1 fry as themselves
- Elsa Keslassy (August 4, 2012). "‘Porn’ sells well in France". Variety. Retrieved 22 May 2014.
- Jordan Mintzer (July 23, 2012). "Porn in the Hood (Les Kaira): Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 22 May 2014.
- "Les 10 films les plus rentables du cinéma français en 2012". AlloCinè. January 7, 2013. Retrieved 22 May 2014.
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