Fathers' Day


Fathers' Day

La Fête des pères (film, 1997)

Page d'aide sur l'homonymie Pour l’article homonyme, voir La Fête des pères (film, 1990)

La fête des pères (Fathers' Day) est une comédie américain réalisée par Ivan Reitman en 1997 au cinéma ; il s'agit d'un remake du film français Les Compères.

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Synopsis

Devant la fugue de son fils, Collette ne trouve d'autre moyen que de reprendre contact avec de vieux copains qui pourraient bien chacun être le père du jeune fugueur.

Anecdotes

  • Mel Gibson fait un caméo dans ce film, comme un skinhead avec une série de piercings sur le visage.

Fiche technique

  • Musique : James Newton Howard
  • Autre titre français : Drôles de pères (France)
  • Durée : 98 min
  • Pays : États-Unis États-Unis
  • Langue : anglais
  • Couleur : Technicolor
  • Aspect Ratio : 2.35 : 1
  • Son : DTS / Dolby Digital / SDDS
  • Classification : USA : PG-13 (certificat #35280 ; allusions à sexualité et usage de drogue)

Distribution

Lien externe

(fr+en) La fête des pères sur l’Internet Movie Database

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