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En mai, fais ce qu'il te plaît (2016)

En mai, fais ce qu'il te plaît
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $37,858Details
International Box Office $202,748Details
Worldwide Box Office $240,606
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  8. Trailer


May 1940. To escape the imminent German invasion, the inhabitants of a small village in northern France flee their homes, like so many millions of their compatriots. Max, a German boy, travels with them. His father, Hans, opposed the Nazi regime and was imprisoned in Arras for having lied about his nationality. Hans is eventually set free and sets off to find his son, accompanied by a Scottish soldier who is trying to get back home.


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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 9th, 2016 (Limited) by Cohen Media Group, released as Come What May
MPAA Rating: R for some war violence/bloody images.
(Rating bulletin 2429 (Cert #50506), 6/15/2016)
Running Time: 114 minutes
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Keywords: 1940s, World War II, Life in a Small Town, Politicians, Musicians, Teachers, Nazis
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Nord-Quest Films, Pathe, France 2 Cinema, Appaloosa Distribution, Une Hirondelle Productions, Canal Plus, Cine Plus, France Television, Artemis, Tax Shelter Films Fund, The Belgian Federal Government, Pictanovo, The Nord Pas De Calais Region, The Centre National Du Cine
Production Countries: France,


   Hans, The German Refugee
   Paul, The Mayor
   Mado, The Owner of the Bistro
   Suzanne, The Teacher
   Percy, The Scottish Soldier
Laurent Gerra    Albert, The Good Frenchman
Jacques Bonaffe    Roger, The Farmer
Thomas Schmauser    Arriflex, The German Director
Joshio Marlon    Max, Han's Son

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Christophe Rossignon
Producer    Philip Boeffard
Screenwriter    Christian Carion
Screenwriter    Laure Irrmann
Co-Producer    Romain Le Grand
Co-Producer    Patrick Quinet
Associate Producer    Jonathan Blumental
Line Producer    Eve Francois-Machuel
Line Producer    Stephane Riga
Composer    Ennio Morricone
Director of Photography    Pierre Cottereau
Editor    Laure Gardette
First Assistant Director    Thierry Verrier
Set Designer    Jean Michel Simonet
Sound Editor    Thomas Desjonqueres
Sound Mixer    Florent Lavallee
Costume Designer    Monic Parelle
Script Supervisor    Marie Leconte
Casting Director    Susie Figgis
Casting Director    Anne Walcher
Casting Director    Franziska Aigner
Music Supervisor    Pascal Mayer

Theater Averages: Cameraperson Finishes First, Not Last, with $12,760

September 13th, 2016


A trio of films reached the $10,000 club on the theater average chart this week, lead by Cameraperson with $12,760 in one theater. The Last Princess was also playing in one theater and was right behind with $11,607. The final film in the $10,000 club was Kicks with an average of $10,704 in three theaters. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/09/09 76 $9,738   2 $4,869   $9,738 1
2016/09/16 86 $6,765 -31% 4 $1,691   $21,857 2
2016/09/23 77 $7,347 +9% 6 $1,225   $33,367 3

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/09/09 77 $15,092   2 $7,546   $15,092 1
2016/09/16 86 $10,928 -28% 4 $2,732   $26,020 2
2016/09/23 79 $11,838 +8% 6 $1,973   $37,858 3

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