"French Exit" is a 2020 surreal comedy film directed by Azazel Jacobs.
The starring cast includes Michelle Pfeiffer, Lucas Hedges, Valerie Mahaffey, Susan Coyne, Imogen Poots, Danielle Macdonald, Tracy Letts, Isaach de Bankolé, Daniel di Tomasso, Eddie Holland and others.
Here are "French Exit" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Sony Pictures Classics on Wednesday, December 09, 2020 released the trailer for "French Exit" you can watch here:
FRENCH EXIT | Official Trailer (2021).
Here is a short review of "French Exit" movie plot summary.
A close-to-penniless widow moves to Paris with her son and cat, who also happens to be her reincarnated husband.
Here is the full cast and characters of "French Exit" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
"French Exit" movie release date was scheduled to be on October 11, 2020 (NYFF) and on February 12, 2021 (United States) distributing by Sony Pictures Classics, Elevation Pictures, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (SPWA) and Stage 6 Films.
The duration of the film is 110 minutes.
"French Exit" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.
Principal photography began in October 2019, with Paris and Montreal as the filming locations.
"French Exit" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 72/100.
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