Omar Sy's New Movies

Intouchables0%Intouchables
9Our
rating
1:52:00

Storyline:Since he crashed during a paragliding flight, Philippe (François Cluzet) is paralyzed from the head down. Nevertheless, he has not lost his courage, for Philippe is rich. In the yard dusted a Maserati and for a picture with splashes of color he is already good and happy 14,000 euros. Just when he is looking for a new caretaker, Driss (Omar Sy), who has just been released from prison, is standing in his living room and just wants to have a stamp that he has introduced himself in order to continue receiving unemployment benefits. True to the motto "Opposites attract," Philippe Driss intervenes, for his carefree, relaxed manner fascinates Philippe. Initially reluctant to pursue a steady occupation, Driss gradually turns over the life of the nobleman and an unusual friendship develops between the two.

Chocolat0%Chocolat
8Our
rating
1:59:00

Storyline:The true story of the first black clown of French circus history: Former slave Raphaël Padilla aka Kananga (Omar Sy) earns his modest livelihood in 1887 by acting as a wild cannibal in a small traveling circus, terrifying the crowd. When the clown George Footit (James Thierrée) gets the announcement from the ringmaster that he has to come up with something new, he has a brilliant idea: He founds Raphaël (whom he renames as "Chocolat") for a clown duo - footit in it, the authoritarian white clown, kicking the all-blaming black clown as a climax in the butt. The duo becomes a sensation, the audience is no longer a laughing matter - first in the traveling circus, later in the biggest variety in Paris. George and Raphael make friends, the latter falls in love with the widowed nurse Marie (Clotilde Hesme). But the more fame and money "chocolat" attains, the less he will settle for his role as a humiliated ass kicker ...

Demain tout commence100%Demain tout commence
8Our
rating
1:58:00

Storyline:Samuel (Omar Sy) lives in the South of France into the day, enjoys the single existence and avoids any obligation and responsibility. However, his sweet life is unexpectedly disturbed when his ex-Kristin (Clémence Poésy) shows up and presents his little daughter Gloria, whose existence Samuel did not know yet. When Kristin leaves the dust overnight, she leaves the baby in Samuel's care, who does not even know why he should take care of the child alone. He travels to London to find the missing mother - unsuccessful. Eight years later, Samuel lives with Gloria (Gloria Colston) in London and the two are now inseparable. Never would the former bon vivant have thought that one day he would take up a regular job and take responsibility. But now he is overjoyed to be Gloria's father. But then Kristin appears on the scene and challenges her child ...