Cast : Gérard Depardieu, Ornella Muti, Jean Rochefort, Michel Aumont, Pierre Arditi, Roland Blanche, Guillaume Depardieu, Naike Rivelli, Julien Rochefort, Dimitri Rataud, Michel Bompoil, Arthur Nauzyciel, Georges Moustaki, Stanislas Merhar, Jean-Marc Thibault, Patrick Bouchitey, Sergio Rubini, Didier Lesour, Florence Darel, Roger Dumas
Crew : Josée Dayan, Didier Decoin, Muriel Mariey, Daniel Deschamps, Jean-Pierre Guérin, Alexandre Dumas, Willy Stassen, Bruno Coulais, Tatiana Vialle, Cornelia von Braun, Richard Cunin, Jean-Philippe Abril, Dominique Roy
Production Companies : Mediaset, DD Productions, TF1, MEDIA Programme of the European Union, Cité Films, Taurus Film, GMT Productions, TF1 Vidéo.
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