Director: Gérard Krawczyk
Screenwriter: Luc Besson
Starring: Bernard Farcy, Emma Sjöberg, Frédéric Diefenthal, Marion Cotillard, Pascal Lopez, Patrice Abbou, Samy Naceri
Genre: Action, Comedy
MPAA Rating: France: n/a, US: n/a, UK: n/a
Filming Dates: 2001
Filming Locations: Marseille, Tignes, Val-d'Isère (France)
Theatrical Release: France: 29 Jan 2003, US: n/a, UK: n/a
DVD Release: France: n/a, US: n/a, UK: n/a
InformationNo speed limits the next 90 min
He broke up the German gang and dealt with the Yakusa. Now Emilien outdoes himself once more by singlehandedly trying to unmask a gang of crooks. As usual, everything goes wrong. As usual, Daniel’s close at hand. And once again, our two buddies get tangled up in new adventures, as surprising as they are unexpected. A word of warning: Get off the road!
Once again Marion Cotillard plays Lilly, Daniel’s girlfriend. After yet another night without Daniel – and to have him crawl under his car the minute he gets home in the early hors – she’s had enough!
• In the street market, you can clearly see behind Émilien in at least two shots a poster for Wasabi (2001), also written and produced by Luc Besson.
• The names appearing on the alpine skiing scoreboard are names of members of the crew.
• The name of the company of the the money transporter at the street market is the name of the production company.
• Sylvester Stallone, who appears in a cameo at the beginning of the movie, is dubbed for the French version.
• When being chased by the fast police car, Daniel changes his licence plate to read ‘Allez l’OM’. l’OM is the nickname for French football team Olympique Marseille.
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