Cannes Man

Cannes Man

Director: Richard Martini Cast: Seymour Cassel, Francesco Quinn, Rebecca Broussard

DVD (Dolby 5.1 / Stereo)

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Overview

While at the Cannes Film Festival, producer Sy Learner (Seymour Cassel) makes a bet that he can turn any nobody into a star. A cabbie from New York named Frank (Francesco Quinn) becomes his test case as Sy tries to get Frank noticed amidst the stars and glitter of Cannes.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/05/2002
UPC: 0022891100997
Original Release: 1996
Rating: NR
Source: Eclectic Dvd Dist.
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 1:27:00

Special Features

Interview with the producer and director on the true behind-the-scenes story

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Seymour Cassel Sy Lerner
Francesco Quinn Frank Rhinoslavsky
Rebecca Broussard Rebecca Lerner
Benicio Del Toro Himself
Ann Cusack Kitty Monaco
Johnny Depp Himself
Treat Williams Himself
Jim Jarmusch Himself
Lara Flynn Boyle Herself
James Brolin Himself
Nino Cerruti Himself
Dennis Hopper Himself
John Malkovich Actor
Jim Sheridan Actor
Harvey Weinstein Actor
Kevin Pollak Actor
Robert Evans Actor

Technical Credits
Richard Martini Director,Score Composer
Denise Brassard Cinematographer
Tom Coleman Producer
Richard Currie Editor
Dean Lent Cinematographer
Holly T. MacConkey Producer
Johan Schotte Executive Producer
Jon Turtle Executive Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Index
2. The Bet [1:57]
3. A Bit of Advice [5:19]
4. A Bit More [6:01]
5. Pitching Dennis [4:13]
6. Jon Cryer Spots Frank [1:37]
7. Cornering Chris [5:12]
8. Catching Treat [7:03]
9. Jim and Johnny's Plane [9:14]
10. Doing Sy [6:04]
11. A Diamond in the Rough [1:06]
12. Collecting From Stark [16:41]
13. Appearances [2:36]
14. Credits [3:57]

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Cannes Man 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
= Hilarious trip to Cannes Reviewer: A viewer from New York City I've been to the Cannes Film festival, and this film captures it perfectly - naked women on the beach and blowhards selling films, while celebrities cajole and cavort with each other. If you're a fan of filmmaking, look for cameos from the Director of the Usual Suspects along with Benicio del Toro, Robert Evans and others. The film is laugh out loud funny, and don't know why it took this long to be on DVD. Five stars.