2002

Jet Lag

Décalage

Horaire

A film by Danièle Thompson

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Two of the biggest stars of the French cinema bring their contrasting styles together in the witty romantic comedy Décalage horaire (Jet Lag).

 

Rose (Juliette Binoche) is an emotional makeup artist who is hoping to get out of a bad relationship with her boyfriend, Sergio (Sergi Lopez), by leaving him in Paris and heading off to Mexico for a holiday. After losing her cell phone, Rose borrows one from Felix (Jean Reno), a somewhat stiff salesman with an interest in gourmet cooking, who is en route to Munich to attend a funeral.

 

When both Rose and Felix find themselves grounded due to changes in flight scheduling and a transportation strike strands them at the airport, they end up sharing a room at a nearby hotel, where their contrasting personalities make the evening stormy for them both. As their unexpected stay wears on, will these opposites begin to attract?

 

Juliette Binoche was César nominated for Best Actress for her role in Décalage horaire which was a hit at the French box-office.

Best Actress Nomination

 César Du Cinéma
2002

Nominee: BEST ACTRESS

San Sebastián Film Festival
2002

Rose

Juliette Binoche

Félix

Jean Reno

Sergio Thérèse

Sergi López

Le médécin
Scali Delpeyrat

– Trailers –

French trailer with English subtitles

 

US trailer

 

French TV spot

 

German trailer

 

– Posters –

 

– Stills –

 

– Select scene –

"The executive lounge"

 

– From the archives –

Interviews with Juliette Binoche, Jean Reno,
Daniele Thompson & Christophe Thomson

 

Behind the scenes goofs

 

– Soundtrack –
Décalage horaire

"Runway 31 R"

"No More Makeup"

 

– Documents –
Décalage horaire

Press kit
PDF - French
2002
3.2mb

Décalage horaire

Press kit
PDF - German
2002
1.5mb

Décalage horaire

Flyer

PDF - English
2002
493kb

Décalage horaire

 

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