La Croisière

La Croisière

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Pascale Pouzadoux
Produced by Christine De Jekel
Written by Pascale Pouzadoux
Jeanne Le Guillou
Starring Charlotte de Turckheim
Line Renaud
Marilou Berry
Antoine Duléry
Music by Éric Neveux
Cinematography Pascal Ridao
Edited by Scott Stevenson
Sylvie Gadmer
Fidélité Films
Distributed by Mars Distribution
Release dates
  • 20 April 2011 (2011-04-20)
Running time
100 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $10.6 million
Box office $6.2 million[1]

La Croisière (or The Cruise) is a 2011 French comedy film directed by Pascale Pouzadoux.


Several characters have their destinies intersect on a cruise ship: Raphael to follow his wife left with her lover, will stow and dressing up as a woman to escape to safety, Simone an old lady accustomed to carrying this cruise incognito her dog in her handbag, a breeder Hortense Breton pigs in search of her husband never returned toilet since he went there when they arrived, a young pickpocket Chloe suburban heartbroken and Alix woman Parisian hyper stressed that his colleagues who supported the no longer sent on this cruise to get rid of, into believing she had a business appointment. All will meet by chance and live together an unforgettable experience where everyone will manage to solve its problems with others and find happiness.



  1. "La Croisière (2011)". JPBox-Office. Retrieved 2016-03-08.

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