Salut Cousin!


1h 40m 1996

Brief Synopsis

Alilo, a wide-eyed Algerian waif sent to Paris to pick up a suitcase of merchandise for his boss, is taken in by his fast-talking, rap-singing cousin Mok, who's going to show him the ropes of Parisian life. With the good-natured, pathological liar Mok as his friend, Alilo needs no enemies.

Film Details

Also Known As
Hey Cousin!, Hi Cousin!
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Production Company
ArtTmis Production; Jba Productions; La Sept Cinema; Rtbf; Samsa Films
Distribution Company
7TH ART

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 40m

Synopsis

Alilo, a wide-eyed Algerian waif sent to Paris to pick up a suitcase of merchandise for his boss, is taken in by his fast-talking, rap-singing cousin Mok, who's going to show him the ropes of Parisian life. With the good-natured, pathological liar Mok as his friend, Alilo needs no enemies.

Crew

Pierre Abela

Assistant Director

Pierre Aim

Cinematographer

Merzak Allouache

Production Executive (Flash Back Audioviuel)

Merzak Allouache

Screenwriter

Erwin Autrique

Music Mixer

Fateh Benlala

Other

Jacqeus Bidou

Production Executive (Jba Production)

Jacques Bidou

Producer

Michele Boehm

Sound Editor

Christophe Boettinger

Song ("Pas La Peine"), Song ("Dansez Maintenant")

Philippe Bouchez

Sound

Thierry Bousquet

Music Recording

Safy Boutella

Music; Vocals

Denise De Casabianca

Editor

Stephan Cavelier

Associate Art Director

Hocine Choutri

Unit Manager

Christophe Colomer

Associate Art Director

Mat Troi Day

Production Manager

Jean De La Fontaine

Song ("Dansez Maintenant")

Bruno Delahaye

Casting

Mathieu Depasquale

Unit Manager

Patrick Deranter

Steadicam Operator

Georges Diane

Camera Operator

Laurent Dreyer

Other

Marianne Dumoulin

Production Manager

J Dupont

Song ("Dansez Maintenant")

Diane Duroc

Hair

Georges Goldenstern

Production Executive (La Sept Cinema)

Laurent Jarriau

Associate Art Director

A Kateb

Song ("Inal Ding Dingue Dong")

Abderrahmane Khalfa

Other

Mohamed Khaznaji

Music ("Darj 3eme Mouvement Donmoni Rasail")

Brigitte Laleouse

Wardrobe

Jean-louis Lebras

Other

Jacques Levy

Post-Synchronization

Bruno Linck

Music Recording

Olivier Louvel

Guitar

Olivia Lumbroso

Sound Editor

Alexis Mckenzie Main

Associate Art Director

Amine Mestari

Unit Manager

Kathy Mlakar

Script Supervisor

Pascale Morin

Associate Art Director

Jacqueline Pierreux

Production Executive (Rtbf)

Jacqueline Pierreux

Associate Producer

Patrick Quinet

Associate Producer

Patrick Quinet

Production Executive (Artemis Productions)

Cheb Rabah

Song ("Ouverte Ma Danit")

A Ranford

Song ("Pas La Peine")

Olivier Raoux

Art Director

Gerard Rousseau

Mixer

Anne Schotte

Costume Designer

Philippe Senechal

Sound

Marie Spencer

Camera Operator

Tiffany Tavernier

Assistant Director

T Teplier

Song ("Dansez Maintenant")

Jani Thiltges

Associate Producer

Jani Thiltges

Production Executive (Samsa Film)

Caroline Thivel

Screenwriter

Florence Thonet

Makeup

Vincent Van Gelder

Camera Operator

Emile Waldteufel

Music ("La Valse Designer Patineurs")

Marie Jeanne Wyckmans

Sound Effects

Arlette Zylberberg

Production Executive (Rtbf)

Film Details

Also Known As
Hey Cousin!, Hi Cousin!
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Production Company
ArtTmis Production; Jba Productions; La Sept Cinema; Rtbf; Samsa Films
Distribution Company
7TH ART

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 40m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter February 21, 1997

Released in United States June 13, 1997

Released in United States 1996

Released in United States December 1996

Released in United States 1997

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 22 - September 2, 1996.

Shown at New York Film Festival September 29 - October 13, 1996.

Recipient of the special jury prize's Silver Pyramid Award at the 1996 Cairo International Film Festival.

Shown at Cairo International Film Festival December 2-15, 1996.

Won "Best Screenplay" at the Pan African Film and Television Festival (1997).

Shown at Portland International Film Festival February 13 - March 2, 1997.

Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 29 - February 9, 1997.

Shown at the Pan African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou February 22 - March 1, 1997.

Released in United States Winter February 21, 1997

Released in United States June 13, 1997 (Laemmle's Grande 4 Plex; Los Angeles)

Released in United States 1996 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 22 - September 2, 1996.)

Released in United States 1997 (Shown at Portland International Film Festival February 13 - March 2, 1997.)

Released in United States 1997 (Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 29 - February 9, 1997.)

Released in United States December 1996 (Shown at Cairo International Film Festival December 2-15, 1996.)

Released in United States 1996 (Recipient of the special jury prize's Silver Pyramid Award at the 1996 Cairo International Film Festival.)

Released in United States 1996 (Shown at New York Film Festival September 29 - October 13, 1996.)

Released in United States 1997 (Won "Best Screenplay" at the Pan African Film and Television Festival (1997).)

Released in United States 1997 (Shown at the Pan African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou February 22 - March 1, 1997.)