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Writers:
Philippe Lacheau (screenplay)
Julien Arruti (screenplay)
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Release Date:
15 February 2017 (France) See more »
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Greg founded a company called Alibi.com that creates any type of alibi. With his associate, Augustin... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Tired, distasteful and totally not funny See more (3 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Philippe Lacheau ... Grégory Van Huffel

Élodie Fontan ... Flo Martin
Julien Arruti ... Augustin
Tarek Boudali ... Mehdi

Didier Bourdon ... Gérard / Jean-Claude

Nathalie Baye ... Mme Martin
Nawell Madani ... Cynthia
Medi Sadoun ... Garcia, le Gitan
Vincent Desagnat ... Romain
Alice Dufour ... Clara
Philippe Duquesne ... Maurice
Chantal Ladesou ... La vétérinaire
Laouni Mouhid ... La Fouine

Michèle Laroque ... Françoise

Kad Merad ... Monsieur Godet

Samy Naceri ... Le chauffeur de taxi
Jo Prestia ... Prosper

Norman Thavaud ... Paul-Edouard

Joey Starr ... Mc Stocma
Frédéric Achard ... Policier 1
David Bancel ... Wolverine
Houssin Ben Warda ... Migrant 2
Adèle Bernier ... Mamour
Paco Buisson ... Serveur
Christian Bujeau ... Jacques
Luce Caillol ... Vieille Tornade
Bertrand Chamerois ... Jeune homme bolide Marco
Christian Clessi ... Room service
Valériane de Villeneuve ... Madame Godet
Xavier Dumont ... Garçon effeminé
Norbert Godji ... Doudou
Xavier Goulard ... Jean-Louis

Patrice Guillain ... Gros Spiderman
Sébastien Hamel ... Réceptionniste Beauvais
Ibrahim Koudié ... Pote McStocma
Huguette Lacheau ... Martine
Yann Lecorre ... Sommelier
Yann Lerat ... Passager voiture Wolverine
Shirelle Mai-Yvart ... Fillette à la bicyclette
Arnaud Makunga ... Mec McStocma
Frédérique Marlot ... La cougar

Jean-Noël Martin ... Assistant du président
Sadio Nakaté ... Pote de Lee
Candide Sanchez ... Tony
Julie Schotsmans ... Anne-Charlotte
Adam Seddouki ... Kevin
Santi Sudaros ... Lee
Madh Sy Savane ... Babar
Stéphane Van Huffel ... Infirmier
Jean-Pierre Visini ... Homme à la voiture
Mathilde Vitry ... La mère de Mamour
Tony Zarouel ... Migrant 1
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Elodie-Lucie Lehue
Laura-Sara Lehue
Maxime-Diego Lehue
Yvonne Gradelet ... Catwoman (uncredited)

Directed by
Philippe Lacheau 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Julien Arruti  screenplay
Pierre Dudan  screenplay
Philippe Lacheau  screenplay

Produced by
Alexandra Fechner .... producer
Franck Milcent .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Maxime Desprez 
Michaël Tordjman 
 
Cinematography by
Dominique Colin 
 
Film Editing by
Olivier Michaut-Alchourroun 
 
Casting by
Meriem Amari 
 
Production Design by
Samuel Teisseire 
 
Costume Design by
Eve-Marie Arnault 
 
Makeup Department
Magali Ceyrat .... key makeup artist
Céline Fontenaud .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Diana Angulo .... financial and administration director
Carole Bonamy .... production manager
Arnaud Chabance .... unit manager
Pierre-Yves Frohard .... assistant production manager
Sylvain Maignan .... assistant unit manager
Antoine Rabaté .... post-production supervisor
Delphine Robin .... extra assistant unit manager
Oscar Van Lunen .... assistant unit manager
Aurélie Zemlic .... assistant unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Diane .... technical supervisor
Mohamed Elarche .... first assistant director
Mahaut Pellerin .... trainee assistant director
Chloé Seytre .... third assistant director
Zuzana Tomcalova .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Kevin Boivin .... swing gang
Gabriel Botcherby .... assistant production designer
Camille Bougon-Pigneul .... set dresser
Thomas Broyon .... swing gang
Pascal Chevé .... supervising plasterer
Fabien Corée .... property master
Hugo de Winter .... swing gang
Mathieu Jurgenson .... digital artist
Yannis Kieffer .... swing gang
Pénélope Lacasse .... assistant set decorator
Héloïse Lecointre de Winter .... assistant art director
Benoit Oliviero .... color designer
Christophe Pommie .... upholsterer
Emmanuel Teisseire .... construction manager
François Willenz .... digital artist
 
Sound Department
Elias Boughedir .... sound recordist
Alexis Durand .... sound editor
Florian Fabre .... foley artist
Grégoire Germain .... boom operator
Clément Goujon .... sound technical supervisor
Arnaud Lavaleix .... sound recordist
Frédéric Le Louet .... re-recording mixer
Frédéric Le Louet .... supervising sound editor
Corentin Massiot .... boom operator
Fred Mays .... post-synchronisation
Julien Perez .... re-recording mixer
Margot Testemale .... dialogue editor
Nicolas Waschkowski .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Marie Barallon .... digital compositor
Rodolphe Chabrier .... visual effects supervisor
Delphine Domer .... visual effects producer
Mathilde Germi .... visual effects artist
 
Stunts
Sybille Blouin .... stunt double: Marlène
Vincent Bouillon .... stunt performer
Gilles Ciamin .... stunt performer
Jean-Benoit Guillon .... stunt double: Greg/Marco
Anthony Heilmann .... stunt double: Julien Arruti
Vladimir Houbart .... stunt performer
David Julienne .... car stunt coordinator
Pascal Lavanchy .... stunt double: Cynthia
Philippe Lebreton .... assistant stunt coordinator
Grégory Loffredo .... stunt performer
Christophe Marsaud .... stunt coordinator
Joey Marsaud .... stunt performer
Alice Naigeon .... stunt performer
Christophe Roblin .... stunt double: Medhi/Greg
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Olivier Berquet .... electrician
Franck-Norman Bihi .... electrician
Lucie Bracquemont .... first assistant camera
Maya Coutouzis .... first assistant: "b" caméra
Michel Dechaud .... key grip
Arthur Ehret .... grip
Rémy Grandroques .... additional photography
Alex Mandrou .... camera trainee
Galatae Politis .... camera operator
Margaux Rivera .... electrician
Adrien Stefas .... additional second assistant camera
Olivier Thual .... grip
 
Casting Department
Diane Capo .... extras casting
Lea Hoppermann .... extras casting assistant
Léa Moszkowicz .... extras casting
Samia Sassi .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Beatrice Cousson .... costumer
Charline Gentillhomme .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Alexander Akoka .... head of post production
Elie Akoka .... colorist
Philippe Akoka .... head of post production
Julien Blanche .... colorist assistant
Arnaud Cachau .... post-production coordinator
Margot Dumont .... assistant editor
Etienne Moinet Garcia .... i/o operator
Elie Tisné .... i/o operator
 
Location Management
Arnaud Chabance .... location manager
Nadege Marti .... locations scout
 
Music Department
Nicolas Duport .... music mixer
Varda Kakon .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Benjamin Celliez .... production accountant
Justine Grebot .... assistant accountant
Alexandre Hardouin .... aerial drone videography
Mathias Lawal .... aerial drone videography
Lucie Mallet .... assistant script supervisor
Marie Maurin .... script supervisor
Angèle Pignon .... trainee script supervisor
Martin Salmon .... Producer's assistant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Άλλοθι για παντρεμένους" - Greece
"Cómplices.com" - Mexico (imdb display title)
"SuperАЛIБI" - Ukraine
"SuperАлиби" - Russia
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90 min
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4 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Tired, distasteful and totally not funny, 22 April 2017
Author: Lajos Cumeláger from Hungary

I went to see the movie with good expectations, because the basic idea of a company providing alibis for people who have some skeletons in the closet had so much potential for good situation comedy. I couldn't be more wrong. The movie combines "comedy of errors" situations we've seen a million times (e.g. husband tries to hide from his wife with his lover, and voila, the wife shows up at the same hotel) with gags that are both predictable and disgusting (cat harassing a man's exposed hanging testicles, three guys hiding under the bed while a fourth one jerks off on the bed, a guy on a wine tasting drinks other people's spit etc.). It is not saved even by the forced references to Star Wars (two guys fighting with colored neon-tubes) or Assassin's Creed. The movie even jokes about things like the migrant crisis (which is a sensitive topic today in Europe, especially in France) and a little boy taken to institution. Comedy, right? I would not recommend this movie to anyone who thinks that humor is above the level of body fluids and tired "embarrassing" situations.

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