Uncle Charles

(2012)
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Overview

Diagnosed with an incurable illness, Charles, a rugby tycoon who has made a fortune in New Zealand prints an ad in his hometown looking for his sister that he's not seen in fifty years. A notary clerk, believing that Charles has a terminal illness responds to Charles' search for heirs claiming to be his sister. Charles finds that he was misdiagnosed and returns to France to meet his long lost sister.

  1. Étienne Chatiliez

    Director

  2. Florence Quentin

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Eddy Mitchell

    Eddy Mitchell

    Charles

  2. Valérie Bonneton

    Valérie Bonneton

    Corinne

  3. Alexandra Lamy

    Alexandra Lamy

    Louise

  4. Arnaud Ducret

    Arnaud Ducret

    José

  5. Sophie de Fürst

    Sophie de Fürst

    Elodie

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Uncle Charles
Uncle Charles

Facts

Original Title L'Oncle Charles

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 21, 2012
    U
    Theatrical

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    (Tous publics) valid for all audiences.

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 38m

Budget $11,320,000.00

Revenue -

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