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An improbale, screwball and slapstick police procedural focusing on bizarre crimes on the outskirts of a small Channel Town in the Boulonnais that has fallen prey to evil, and to an band of young scoundrels led by Li'l Quinquin and his beloved Eve.

Original title: P'tit Quinquin, English title: Li'l Quinquin, Country: France
Production year: 2014, Format: DCP, Redcode RAW, Son: 5.1, Lenght: 206', Aspect ratio: Cinemascope/2.00:1 (HD), Frame rate: -


Alane Delhaye – Li'l Quinquin, Lucy Caron – Eve Terrier, Bernard Pruvost – Bernard Pruvost, 
Philippe Jore – Lieutenant Carpentier, Philippe Peuvion – Father Quinquin, Cindy Louguet – Mrs Campin


Director/Screenwriter: Bruno Dumont, Assistant director: Cyril Pavaux, Producers: Rachid Bouchareb, Jean Bréhat, Muriel Merlin, Production Company: 3B Productions, Co-production companies: Arte France, Current state: Completed, World sales: Luxbox, DOP: Guillaume Deffontaines, Costume design: Alexcandra Charles, Make up: Alice Robert, Denis Gastou, Editor: Basile Belkhiri, Bruno Dumont,
Sound:Emmanuel Croset, Philippe Lecoeur, Olivier Walczak, 

Festivals & Awards

Cannes Film Festival
Directors' Fortnight Official Selection

Reykjavík International Film Festival

Globes de Cristal Awards, France
Nominated for Best Television Film or Television Series

International Cinephile Society Awards
2nd place for Best Film Not in the English Language
Nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Ensemble

International Cinephile Society Awards
Best Picture

São Paulo International Film Festival
Critics Award - Honorable Mention

Tromsø International Film Festival









bruno dumont

Director/ Screenwriter  

Bruno Dumont (born in France) is a French film Director. To date, he has directed several feature films, all of which border somewhere between realistic drama and the avant-garde. His first feature film La vie de Jésus was selected at Directors' Fortnight. His films have won several awards at the Cannes films Festival.  Two of Dumont's films have won the Grand Prix award: both L'Humanité and Flandres (2006).  The only other director who has twice won the Cannes Grand Prix is Andrei Tarkovsky. Dumont's Hadewijch won the 2009 Prize of the International Critics (FIPRESCI Prize) for Special Presentation at the Toronto Film Festival, and will be distributed in France in 2009, and by IFC in the U.S. in 2010.




2017, Jeannette

2016, Slack Bay

2013, Camille Claudel 1915

2011, Hors Satan/Outside Satan

2009, Hadewijch

2006, Flandres

2003, Twentynine Palms

1999, Humanity

1997, The Life of Jesus