Chevalier

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Winner of the Best Film at the 2015 London Film Festival, Chevalier is Athina Rachel Tsangari’s astoundingly funny and original follow up to her 2010 film, Attenberg. Described as a ‘buddy movie without the buddies’, Chevalier is the story of six friends who head out on a luxury fishing trip and become consumed by a competition to decide who is the ‘Best at Everything’.

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Starring

Vangelis Mourikis, Nikos Orphanos, Yorgos Pirpassopoulos

Directed by

Athina Rachel Tsangari

Written by

Efthimis Filippou, Athina Rachel Tsangari

Country Of Origin

Greece

Language

Greek

The Village Voice

"An inspired, gorgeously photographed work of deadpan lunacy that asserts itself as a spit-take on masculine rivalries."

Variety

"Athina Rachel Tsangari’s droll, disorienting follow-up to Attenberg brings brisk female perspective to male ego wars."

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