Foreign Film Festival

 

 

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Based on a true story, The Intouchables follows the changing life of a French wealthy aristocrat, Philippe (François Cluzet) as he finds himself a quadripalegic after a tragic accident. Seeking a caregiver, Philippe hires a young man, Driss (Omar Sy) from a completely different class and way of life. Written and directed by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano, this remarkable, funny, touching film was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. This film is rated R for strong, profane language and some mild drug use.

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