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52nd edition from May 13 to 23, 2020

Tour de France

Fortnight 2016, Feature film, 1h35


Far’Hook is a 20-year-old rapper. Following a violent dispute with a rival, he’s forced to leave Paris for a while. His producer, Bilal, suggests that Far’Hook acts as driver for Bilal’s father, Serge, on a tour of French ports, following in the footsteps of the classic painter Joseph Vernet.
Despite the age gap and culture clash, an unlikely friendship forms between this talented rapper and a bricklayer from the north of France during a road trip that concludes in Marseille for a final concert, one of reconciliation.


Rachid Djaïdani

Rachid Djaïdani started his film career as production assistant on La Haine by Mathieu Kassovitz, before becoming a boxing champion and then an actor. He has published three novels and directed several documentaries and a webseries. In 2012 he made his first feature, Rengaine, on a tiny budget. The movie was selected for Directors’ Fortnight and nominated for a the best First Feature for the Cesar Award. French Tour is his second feature.

Gérard Depardieu
Louise Grinberg
Mabô Kouyaté
Nicolas Marétheu

Rachid Djaïdani

Luc Pages

Jérôme Pougnant

Nelly Quettier

Clément Dumoulin

Set decoration
Jimmy Vansteenkiste

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Title in Original Version : French Tour

Press release


“le second miracle de Rachid Djaïdani” – Télérama
“Depardieu, rageur, moqueur, insouciant de toute respectabilité” – Le Monde
“œuvre de service public” – Les Inrockuptibles
“Merveilleusement humain, et si proche de nous” – Toute la culture
“(une) comédie dramatique engagée, débordante d’humanité” – Le JDD 
“Un choc des cultures et des arts” – Gala
“Rachid Djaidani signe un road-movie sensible et tendre” Le Figaro