XXL (film)

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Directed by Ariel Zeitoun
Produced by Alain Goldman
Patrick Batteux
Written by Florence Quentin
Starring Michel Boujenah
Gérard Depardieu
Catherine Jacob
Elsa Zylberstein
Emmanuelle Riva
Music by Goran Bregović
Cinematography Philippe Pavans de Ceccatty
Edited by Hugues Darmois
Distributed by Gaumont Film Company
Release date
  • 10 December 1997 (1997-12-10)
Running time
95 min
Country France
Language French
Budget $11 million[1]
Box office $2.2 million

XXL is a 1997 French comedy directed by Ariel Zeitoun.


Alain Berrebi directs with his sister Lorène, a company of ready-to-wear in the Path. Their business is booming to the point to consider acquiring a nearby shop. Fortunately, it belongs to David Stern, the father of his fiancée Arlette. The case seems about to arrive when Mr. Stern learns that Baptiste Bourdalou, who once saved his life from death camps during World War II, has died ...



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