• Comedy
  • Rated: Tous publics,G,TP,0,PG,A,L
  • Director: Laurent Tirard
  • Writer: Laurent Tirard, Grégoire Vigneron, Grgoire Vigneron
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Little Nicholas (French: Le Petit Nicolas) is a 2009 French-Belgian family comedy film directed by Laurent Tirard who co-wrote with Grégoire Vigneron and Alain Chabat. It is based on a series of children's books by René Goscinny. The film features an ensemble cast led by Maxime Godart in the title role of Nicolas. The film was theatrically released in France on 30 September 2009 by Wild Bunch Distribution, Central Film and EOne Films. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and earned $100.8 million on a $22.7 million budget. It won the TFO Prize for Best Youth Film at the Cinéfranco in 2010 and also received nominations for the César Award for Best Writing – Adaptation, the European Film Award for People's Choice Award for Best European Film and the Cinema Brazil Grand Prize for Best Foreign-Language Film. A sequel, Nicholas on Holiday, was released on 9 July 2014.
  • Comedy
  • Rated: Tous publics,G,TP,0,PG,A,L
  • Director: Laurent Tirard
  • Writer: Laurent Tirard, Grégoire Vigneron, Grgoire Vigneron

  • Maxime Godart
    Valrie Lemercier
    Kad
    Kad Merad
    Sandrine Kiberlain
    Franois Xavier Demaison
    Michel Duchaussoy
    Daniel Prvost
    Michel Galabru
    Anmone
    Franois Damiens
    Louise Bourgoin
    Valerie Lemercier
    François Xavier Demaison
    Daniel Prevost

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  • (2009)

  • Comedy
  • Rated: Tous publics,G,TP,0,PG,A,L
  • Director: Laurent Tirard
  • Writer: Laurent Tirard, Grégoire Vigneron, Grgoire Vigneron
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Little Nicholas (French: Le Petit Nicolas) is a 2009 French-Belgian family comedy film directed by Laurent Tirard who co-wrote with Grégoire Vigneron and Alain Chabat. It is based on a series of children's books by René Goscinny. The film features an ensemble cast led by Maxime Godart in the title role of Nicolas. The film was theatrically released in France on 30 September 2009 by Wild Bunch Distribution, Central Film and EOne Films. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and earned $100.8 million on a $22.7 million budget. It won the TFO Prize for Best Youth Film at the Cinéfranco in 2010 and also received nominations for the César Award for Best Writing – Adaptation, the European Film Award for People's Choice Award for Best European Film and the Cinema Brazil Grand Prize for Best Foreign-Language Film. A sequel, Nicholas on Holiday, was released on 9 July 2014.

Starring
  • Maxime Godart
    Valrie Lemercier
    Kad
    Kad Merad
    Sandrine Kiberlain
    Franois Xavier Demaison
    Michel Duchaussoy
    Daniel Prvost
    Michel Galabru
    Anmone
    Franois Damiens
    Louise Bourgoin
    Valerie Lemercier
    François Xavier Demaison
    Daniel Prevost