Little Nicholas

September 30th, 2009


Little Nicholas

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Nicolas has a happy existence, parents who love him, a great group of friends with whom he has great fun...

Release Year: 2009

Rating: 7.0/10 (3,565 voted)

Director: Laurent Tirard

Stars: Maxime Godart, Valérie Lemercier, Kad Merad

Nicolas has a happy existence, parents who love him, a great group of friends with whom he has great fun, and all he wants is that nothing to changes. However, one day, he overhears a conversation that leads him to believe that his life might change forever, his mother is pregnant!. He panics and envisions the worst.

Writers: Laurent Tirard, Grégoire Vigneron

Maxime Godart - Nicolas
Valérie Lemercier - La mère de Nicolas
Kad Merad - Le père de Nicolas
Sandrine Kiberlain - La maîtresse
François-Xavier Demaison - Le bouillon
Michel Duchaussoy - Le directeur
Daniel Prévost - M. Moucheboume
Michel Galabru - Le ministre
Anémone - Mlle Navarin
François Damiens - Blédur
Louise Bourgoin - La fleuriste
Vincent Claude - Alceste
Charles Vaillant - Geoffroy
Victor Carles - Clotaire
Benjamin Averty - Eudes


Official Website: Official site [Japan] | Wild Bunch [France] |

Release Date: 30 September 2009

Filming Locations: Avenue Junot, Paris 18, Paris, France

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User Review

A hilarious and a beautiful movie!

Rating: 10/10

This movie is amazing. It is not often that I go to see a foreign movie, but people had told me how good this one was so I just went. And I do not regret it.

The actors all seem to fit perfectly for their part. I found it hard to imagine how they were any different in real life. One gets kind of nostalgic, seeing those children in their school uniforms. The story is just wonderful, and it is really, really humorous, the entire audience laughed throughout the movie. It is not that kind of funny in the way normal Adam Sandler and those Hollywood movies are. It has something more to it, it is not, well, hollow (cannot really describe it). The way the director has got this set up, to see the world the way a kid sees it, to look into what's going through their mind, this is all just wonderful. I walked out of there with a little smile on, I was all fuzzy after having laughed so much.

I would really like it if my town would start showing more foreign movies like this one.


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