Doberman


1h 43m 1997

Brief Synopsis

Dobermann, the leader of a dangerous gang of bank robbers is targeted by a corrupt police official at their underground partying fortress spot, a transvestite club called Jo Hell.

Film Details

Also Known As
Dobermann
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Dimension Films; France 3 Cinéma; La Chauve-Souris; Le Studio Canal Plus; Le Studio Canal Plus; Noe Productions; StudioCanal; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Central Film Verleih Gmbh; Dimension Films; Les Films De L'Elysee; MIRAMAX; MIRAMAX; Medusa Film; Metro Tartan Distributors; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Senator Film Verleih; Sogepaq S.A.; Wild Bunch AG
Location
Vicinity of Paris, France; Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

Dobermann, the leader of a dangerous gang of bank robbers is targeted by a corrupt police official at their underground partying fortress spot, a transvestite club called Jo Hell.

Cast

Vincent Cassel

Yann Lepentrec 'Le Dobermann'

Monica Bellucci

Nathalie 'Nat La Gitane'

Tchéky Karyo

Chief Inspector Sauveur Christini

Antoine Basler

Jean-Claude Ayache 'Mosquito'

Dominique Bettenfeld

Elie Frossard 'Padre'

Romain Duris

Manu

Francois Levantal

Stephane Metzger

Olivier Brachet 'Sonia'

Chick Ortega

Jacky Sueur 'Pitbull'

Ivan Merat-barboff

Inspector David Silverberg

Patrick Rocca

Commissioner Loic Clodarec

Pascal Demolon

Emmanuelle; Inspector Lefever

Marc Duret

Inspector Baumann

Florence Thomassin

Florence

Jean Lescot

Sonia'S Father

Roland Amstutz

Old Uncle Joe

Arnaud Arbessier

Young Uncle Joe

Jo Camacho

Dob'S Father

Jean Francois Catton

Bank Director

Rodolph Freytt

Security Guard

Attica Guedj

Sonia'S Mother

Marcel Legiulloux

The Priest

Laura Mana

Victoria

Bruno Richard

Assistant Bank Director

Francia Seguy

Bank Costumer

Virginie Arnaud

Prostitute

Marc Baschet

Bum

Afif Ben Badra

Pimp

Lucie Bizart

Dobermann (As A Baby)

Frederic Camus

Barman

Marc Caro

Machine-Gunned Cop

Elle Chocho

Joe Hell Transvestite

Anthea Cintract

Dancer

Gilles Conseil

Rainer G (Motorcyclist)

David Defever

'Balby' Antigang Cop

Franck Del

Drag Queen

Julie Dossavi

Dancer

Valerie Druguet

Joe Hell Dancer

Neils Dubost

Policeman

Frédérique Dumas

Union Customer

Ernest Evrard

Joe Hell Dj

Roger Faillu

Man With Poodle

Annie Girard

Dob'S Godmother

Philippe Guegan

Running Security Guard

Pierre Heitz

Jack (Antigang Cop)

Jan Kounen

Roquette (Yuppie)

Caroline Lallemant

Bank Woman No 2

Patrick Lambert

Beard (Antigang Cop)

Alexis Luce

Joe Hell Transvestite

Sylvain Maury

Joe Hell Transvestite

Soria Mouffakir

Female Witness

Michel Moyon

Policeman

Eric Neve

Union Costumer

Gaspar Noé

Kasmir (Sausage Seller)

Paul Scortesia

Taxi-Driver

Lucine Thomas

Sonia'S Baby

Carmela Valente

Dob'S Mother

Jean-jacques Milteau

Performer

Crew

Michel Amathieu

Director Of Photography

Philippe Amouroux

Digital Sound Editor

Mark Bachet

Producer

Michel Barthtltmy

Production Designer

Marc Baschet

Executive Producer

Pierre-jacques Benichou

Casting

Jean-philippe Bonichon

Other

Benedicte Brunet

Editor

Olivia Bruynoghe

Script Supervisor

Sophie Cadet

Camera Operator

James Canal

1st Assistant Director

Eric Carlier

Associate Editor

Jose Lucas Casas

Key Hairstylist

Rodolphe Chabrier

Visual Effects Supervisor

Eric Chevallier

Other

Jean-michel David

Steadicam Operator

Nicolas Degennes

Key Makeup

Georges Demetrau

Pyrotechnics

Sebastien Deux

3rd Assistant Director

Guennady Dmitryak

Choir Director; Choir Director (Choerus D'Homme De La Capella Du Musee Du Kremlin De Mosco)

Frédérique Dumas

Producer

David Felgeirolles

Other

Denis Gastou

Special Makeup Effects

Michel Gilabert

Unit Production Manager

Manuel Goncalves De Sousa

Supervising Sound Effects

Pierre Grippon

Location Manager

Philippe Guegan

Stunt Coordinator

Francois Guerrar

Publicist

Dominique Hennequin

Sound Re-Recording

Jean-jacques Hertz

Music (Schyzomaniac)

Jean-pierre Houel

Adr Recordist

Joel Houssin

Screenwriter

Joel Houssin

Other

Liam Howlett

Song ("Voodoo People")

Paul Hulme

Other

Jean-paul Hurier

Sound Editor

Lucio Inzerillo

Hair Stylist

Emmanuel Jacquelin

Production Manager

Emmanuel Jaqueline

Production Manager

Jan Kounen

Screenwriter

Jan Kounen

Main Titles

Sandrine Langen

Wardrobe

Philippe Lecocq

Sound Mixer

Jean-pierre Lelong

Sound Effects

Thierry Leroch

2nd Assistant Director

Catherine Leygonie

Post-Synchronization (Tri Track Sync)

Mac Guff Ligne

Digital Special Effects

Philippe Mallier

Music (Schyzomaniac)

Christophe Maratier

Other

Alice Moine

Effects Editor

Pascal Molina

Special Makeup Effects

Ken Nakagawa

Production Associate

Eric Neve

Producer

Andre Noel

Animal Handler

Francois Paturange

Sculptor

Jean-marc Pessin

Vocals

Lance Riddler

Live Guitar ("Voodoo People")

Thierry Rogen

Other

Patrick Rouxel

Post-Production Supervisor

Francois Roy

Music (Schyzomaniac)

Richard Shorr

Supervising Sound Editor

Richard Shorr

Sound Design

Laurent Sivot

Unit Production Manager

Jean-christophe Spadaccini

Special Makeup Effects

Jacques Thomas-gerard

Sound Effects Recordist

Catherine Trouillet

Post-Synchronization Editor

Dominique Vanhoe

Animal Handler

Pascal Von Hatten

Other

Rick Wentworth

Music Director

Film Details

Also Known As
Dobermann
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Dimension Films; France 3 Cinéma; La Chauve-Souris; Le Studio Canal Plus; Le Studio Canal Plus; Noe Productions; StudioCanal; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Central Film Verleih Gmbh; Dimension Films; Les Films De L'Elysee; MIRAMAX; MIRAMAX; Medusa Film; Metro Tartan Distributors; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Senator Film Verleih; Sogepaq S.A.; Wild Bunch AG
Location
Vicinity of Paris, France; Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States August 1997

Released in United States November 1997

Shown at Fantasy Film Festival in Germany August 1997.

Shown at London Film Festival (French Panorama) November 6-23, 1997.

The 1997 Fantasy Film Festival tours Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Berlin during the month of August.

Feature directorial debut for Jan Kounen.

Began shooting mid June 1996.

Completed shooting September 1996.

Dimension Films is the genre film division of Miramax Films.

Released in United States August 1997 (Shown at Fantasy Film Festival in Germany August 1997.)

Released in United States August 1997 (The 1997 Fantasy Film Festival tours Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Berlin during the month of August.)

Released in United States November 1997 (Shown at London Film Festival (French Panorama) November 6-23, 1997.)