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Bellamy (film)

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Bellamy (film)

Directed by Claude Chabrol
Written by Claude Chabrol
Odile Barski
Starring Gérard Depardieu
Music by Matthieu Chabrol
Release date(s)
Running time 110 minutes
Country France
Language French

Bellamy is a French murder mystery film released in 2009. It is the last film directed by Claude Chabrol.


Paul Bellamy is an obese detective on vacation with his wife when he stumbles upon the case of a man who faked his own death, while at the same time dealing with his down and out brother.


  • Gérard Depardieu as Paul Bellamy
  • Jacques Gamblin as Noël Gentil
  • Clovis Cornillac as Jacques Lebas
  • Marie Bunel as Françoise Bellamy
  • Vahina Giocante as Nadia Sancho
  • Rodolphe Pauly as l'avocat
  • Adrienne Pauly as Claire Bonheur
  • Marie Matheron as madame Leullet
  • Dominique Ratonnat as le médecin
  • Yves Verhoeven as Alain
  • Henri Cohen as le président du tribunal
  • Thomas Chabrol as le type au tribunal
  • Bruno Abraham-Kremer as Bernard

External links

  • (English)
  • Internet Movie Database

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