Camping

(2006)

Overview

Plastic surgeon Michel Saint-Josse is on his way to Spain where he hopes to spend a stress-free holiday in a luxury hotel with his teenage daughter Vanessa. When his car breaks down near a camping, Michel accepts the offer of help from an extrovert gigolo camper named Patrick Chirac. Whilst their car is being repaired, Michel and Vanessa agree to stay in Patrick’s well proportioned tent, not knowing that, thanks to a series of mishaps, it will be their home for several days...

  1. Fabien Onteniente

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Gérard Lanvin

    Gérard Lanvin

    Michel Saint-Josse

  2. Mathilde Seigner

    Mathilde Seigner

    Sophie Gatineau

  3. Franck Dubosc

    Franck Dubosc

    Patrick Chirac

  4. Claude Brasseur

    Claude Brasseur

    Jacky Pic

  5. Mylène Demongeot

    Mylène Demongeot

    Laurette Pic

Full Cast & Crew

Camping
Camping

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Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 2006
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 35m

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Revenue -

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