Garçon Stupide

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Overview

An aimless gay teenager begins to realize the effect he has on others in this Swiss drama. Loic (Pierre Chatagny) spends his days laying around watching television, and hooking up with anonymous johns he meets on the internet. Leaning heavily on the support of his roommate and best friend Marie (Natacha Koutchoumov), he shows little interest in any sort of vocation or job; that is, until he meets an thirty-something man named Lionel (writer-director Lionel Baier). Unlike his other tricks, Lionel does not want sex...
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Overview

An aimless gay teenager begins to realize the effect he has on others in this Swiss drama. Loic (Pierre Chatagny) spends his days laying around watching television, and hooking up with anonymous johns he meets on the internet. Leaning heavily on the support of his roommate and best friend Marie (Natacha Koutchoumov), he shows little interest in any sort of vocation or job; that is, until he meets an thirty-something man named Lionel (writer-director Lionel Baier). Unlike his other tricks, Lionel does not want sex from Loic, but companionship, and the two share a series of intimate, challenging conversations - recorded on Lionel's video camera - that compel the young man to start finding direction in his life. As he begins to explore a burgeoning interest in photography, Loic has some emotional growing pains, specifically in terms of his jealousy over the fact that Marie has found a boyfriend.
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Special Features

Documentary featurette: "Garçon Stupide in Montréal"; Coming attractions; Dolby 5.1 & 2.0 sound; Widescreen; Trailer; Scene selections; Optional subtitles
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/16/2006
  • UPC: 667443552147
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Picture This
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Pierre Chatagny
Natacha Koutchoumov
Rui Pedro Alves
Lionel Baier
Technical Credits
Lionel Baier Director, Cinematographer, Screenwriter
Severine Barde Cinematographer
Robert Boner Producer
Severin Favriau Sound/Sound Designer
Laurent Guido Screenwriter
Robin Harsch Sound/Sound Designer
Christine Hoffet Editor
Valerie Leuba Asst. Director
Raphael Sohier Sound/Sound Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Garçon Stupide
1. Your Real Name [5:08]
2. Museum [3:14]
3. Chatroom [5:04]
4. Dictionary [3:29]
5. Chocolate Factory [4:20]
6. Something Strange [2:20]
7. Driving Lesson [4:05]
8. Photography [6:26]
9. Piercings [3:51]
10. An Angular Face [3:28]
11. Marie's Friend [4:15]
12. Voyeurism [1:46]
13. A Fake [2:45]
14. Confrontation [5:24]
15. Stalking Rui [4:52]
16. Lionel Again [6:35]
17. Shall We Go [4:02]
18. Not for Nothing [8:50]
19. Car Accident [4:44]
20. New Camera [4:37]
21. Not a Stupid Boy [4:47]
22. End Credits [2:20]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Garçon Stupide
   Play Movie
   Setup
      Audio: 2.0 Dolby
      Audio: 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Language: English Subtitles
      Language: Spanish Subtitles
      Language: None
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Garçon Stupide in Montréal
      Theatrical Trailer
   Coming Attractions
      The Whore's Son
      Mirage
      Before the Fall
      Play All
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    deliciously realistic

    the french know how to make a realistic and wonderful movie.

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