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Everybody's Famous

This likable crowd pleaser (2000)—nominated for an Oscar, and predictably trimmed by Miramax for North American consumption—is a good-natured Flemish comedy about a middle-aged factory worker (Josse De Pauw) who's so eager to make his untalented teenage daughter (Eva Van Der Gucht) a famous recording artist that he kidnaps a pop star (Thekla Reuten) in a harebrained scheme to make the world take notice. This is the first feature I've seen by writer-director Dominique Deruddere, and I hope it won't be the last. 97 min.


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