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Denis Gravereaux is a Actor French born on 21 january 1961 at Argenton-sur-Creuse (France)

Denis Gravereaux

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Nationality France
Birth 21 january 1961 at Argenton-sur-Creuse (France)
Death 15 december 2013 (at 52 years) at Montreal (Canada)

Denis Gravereaux, né le 21 janvier 1961 à Argenton-sur-Creuse, est un acteur franco-québécois.

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Filmography of Denis Gravereaux (7 films)

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Epic (2013)
, 1h42
Directed by Chris Wedge
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Children's films
Actors Colin Farrell, Josh Hutcherson, Amanda Seyfried, Christoph Waltz, Aziz Ansari, Johnny Knoxville
Roles Mandrake
Rating66% 3.3479353.3479353.3479353.3479353.347935
17-year-old Mary Katherine, or M.K., moves in with her eccentric scientist father Professor Bomba who has been searching for tiny humanoid soldiers called Leafmen. They protect the forest Bomba lives near from evil creatures called Boggans and their malevolent leader Mandrake. An independent young soldier named Nod decides to quit much to the ire of the no-nonsense Leafmen leader Ronin.
Mars and April, 1h30
Directed by Martin Villeneuve
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Science fiction
Themes Mars in film, Films set in the future
Actors Jacques Languirand, Caroline Dhavernas, Paul Ahmarani, Robert Lepage, Stéphane Demers, Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais
Roles Cosmologue no. 1
Rating60% 3.002023.002023.002023.002023.00202
Adapted from two acclaimed graphic novels, Mars et Avril is set in a futuristic Montreal, where humanity is about to set foot on Mars. Jacob Obus (Jacques Languirand), a charismatic musician, takes pride in slowing down time by playing instruments inspired by women’s bodies, designed by his friend, Arthur (Paul Ahmarani). A love triangle develops when Jacob and Arthur both fall in love with Avril (Caroline Dhavernas), a young photographer. Enter Eugène Spaak (Robert Lepage), inventor, cosmologist and Arthur’s father, who unveils a new theory about man’s desire to reach Mars and helps Jacob find the true meaning of life and love.
Puss in Boots, 1h30
Directed by Chris Miller
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Films about magic and magicians, Films about cats, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Zach Galifianakis, Billy Bob Thornton, Virginie Efira, Constance Marie
Roles Jack
Rating65% 3.2987353.2987353.2987353.2987353.298735
Puss in Boots is a talking cat named for his wearing boots and is a fugitive on the run from the law, looking to restore his lost honour. He learns that the outlaw couple Jack and Jill have the magic beans he's been looking for most of his life, beans that can lead him to a giant's castle holding valuable golden goose eggs. When Puss tries to steal them from the outlaws' room, female cat Kitty Softpaws interrupts, and both fail. Kitty is allied with Humpty Alexander Dumpty, a talking egg and Puss' long-estranged childhood friend from the orphanage where he was raised. Puss tells Kitty his origin story and of his feelings of betrayal for a youthful misadventure when Humpty tricked Puss into helping commit a bank robbery in his hometown of San Ricardo; Puss has been on the run since. Humpty convinces Puss to join them in finding the beans and retrieving the golden eggs.
It's Not Me, I Swear!, 1h45
Directed by Philippe Falardeau
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Actors Daniel Brière, Suzanne Clément, Antoine L'Écuyer, Micheline Bernard (actrice canadienne), Denis Gravereaux, Jean Maheux
Roles Monsieur Pouchonnaud
Rating74% 3.7422653.7422653.7422653.7422653.742265
The story begins with a boy hanging himself in a tree, for fun. Léon is a 10-year-old kid, with a tendency to vandalize, lie, prank, steal or even attempt suicide. He is not necessarily suicidal, but to escape punishments for his other deeds, he uses the suicide trick to get out of blame. When his parents were making fighting, he sets fire to the bed, simply to make them stop. The story circulates around the evolving love of Léon, and another girl that lives next door, whose name is Lea. She is regularly beaten by her uncle, and dreams of a normal childhood, specifically showing a desire for Barbie dolls. Their love proves to be difficult however, as at first Leon cannot admit that he likes her, but when he confesses his love, Lea throws him off by replying that she too loves herself. Léon's mother moves away when she and her husband have had a big argument, and leaves the next day for Greece. Léon and his brother struggle to accept this, and try several different ways to get in touch with her, such as running away to Greece, ringing her, or trying to find her home address. Leon follows Lea's plan to go to Greece but really Lea wants to look for her father. Lea runs off to look for her father but her father moved over a year ago, according to the woman living in the house where he once lived. Leon and Lea return but Leon's father is furious and Leon jumps off a high ledge to attempt suicide but fails. One day, a woman that resembles Léons mother arrives from Greece, and delivers both messages and gifts from her. She is most probably a daughter. She also secretly gives Léon's brother the telephone number for her mother, and he telephones her many times in the dead of night; leaving expensive bills for Léon (the chronic liar) to take blame for. The story ends with Léon going to a local bowling alley where he often goes to spend time, but this time he places his head where the bowling ball hits the pins, and awaits the impact of the ball. Though he wakes up, and realizes that life may not be for him, but he is made for life.
Duo (2006)
, 1h44
Directed by Richard Ciupka
Genres Comedy
Actors François Massicotte, Anick Lemay, Gildor Roy, Julie McClemens, Serge Postigo, Sandrine Bisson
Roles Mr Léger
Rating51% 2.554292.554292.554292.554292.55429
L'intrigue du film s'amorce avec Pascal (Aick Lemay), une agente d'artistes au bord de la faillite, qui se rend à un festival de la chanson dans Charlevoix. Elle veut convaincre Francis Roy (Serge Postigo), un chanteur qui s'est retiré en pleine gloire, de faire un retour à la scène. Pascale voit dans l'e-chanteur sa planche de salut et tentera par tous les moyens de le convaincre de signer avec elle. Jles Simard (Francois Massicotte), un agent rival, se retrouvera lui aussi au même festival et viendra compliquer les plans de Pascale...
The Woman Who Drinks
Directed by Bernard Émond
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about alcoholism, Medical-themed films, Films about drugs
Actors Luc Picard, Fanny Mallette, Gilles Renaud, Lise Castonguay, Normand Bissonnette, Alain Gendreau
Roles Invité
Rating69% 3.473863.473863.473863.473863.47386
Femme issue d’un quartier ouvrier de Montréal, Paulette maintenant devenue vieille, était une femme qui boit. Elle se remémore toute sa jeunesse, comment elle a voulu se sortir de sa condition et comment elle est tombée amoureuse. Elle voulait vivre dignement et elle a tout perdu. Elle se souvient de la cuite qui, à quarante-six ans, lui a tout fait perdre.