The Visitors: Bastille Day

Synopsis: Knight Godefroy de Montmirail and squire Jacquouille are stranded in 1793. Using trickery to break free from their shackles, both perilously partake in the Montmirail family's run away in the quest for an exiting time-shift.
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
110 min

Citizens! The commissioner says you are enemies of the people!

- I will kill him.

- Corpus delicti nr. 1.

English livery, showing that you are in the service of England.

Corpus delicti nr. 2! Nasal helmet

and the Spanish style chain mail!

- Who's that ragamuffin? - An Englishman and firemaker.

- That livery with things was his. - Exactly!

In his pocket were sunglasses with mirrored lenses ...

to protect the eyes before another infernal machine.

Flacon of strange substance from England,

because it's written on there - spray!

Why did you steal all this? They think we are English! Asshole!

I and Englishman? Such a shame!

In the flacon, there is a hazardous gas.

Weapon made evidently by an English thug, it has an English name.

- Franck Provost! - It is a spray, a gift for Mrs. Ginette.

- It is for stiffening the hair. - A torch!

Very effective in igniting the wick. Pen!


It contains ink and produces music!

Silence! A capital punishment is called for and without delay.

If you have something to say, say it quickly.

I have the impression that they do not understand.

We are neither English nor spies!

You have no right to judge us!

- I am French, Jacquouille's word. - I do not understand! Your name is Frenchman,

- or Jacques Couille? - Jacquouille.

Jacquouille? He has something to do with prosecutor Jacquouillete?

- His bastard. Speak, you cretin! - It is true.

My bastard arrested us. - What is bastard?

Watch. It is possible. He looks like him.

Although he is dirtier and more disgusting.

- And that huge oozing boil on his nose!

- Yes, it must be so.

- That dirty man! - That's a relief.

Scribe! Is the public prosecutor in Issoudun?

- I think he has a dinner in the company. - Whose?

His partner, Charlotte Robespierre.

Get him quickly!

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Christian Clavier

Christian Clavier (French pronunciation: ​[kʁis.tjɑ̃.klavje]; born 6 May 1952 in Paris) is a French actor, screenwriter, film producer and film director. He is the brother of French film director Stéphane Clavier. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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