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Confessions d'un Barjo (known as Barjo for the English-language market) is a 1992 French film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's non-science fiction novel Confessions of a Crap Artist, originally written in 1959 and published in 1975, the only non-science... read more

Confessions d'un Barjo (known as Barjo for the English-language market) is a 1992 French film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's non-science fiction novel Confessions of a Crap Artist, originally written in 1959 and published in 1975, the only non-science fiction novel of Dick's to be published in his lifetime. The film was directed by Jérôme Boivin and written by Jacques Audiard and Jérôme Boivin, and stars Anne Brochet, Richard Bohringer and Hippolyte Girardot. "Barjo" translates as "nutcase" or "nut job".

Original Release

05/13/1992

US Release

07/07/1993

Cast

Directors

Jérôme Boivin

Writers

Jacques Audiard, Philip K. Dick, Jérôme Boivin

Cast

Richard Bohringer
Anne Brochet
Hippolyte Girardot
Consuelo De Haviland Madame Hermelin
Renaud Danner Michel
Nathalie Boutefeu Gwen
Jac Berrocal Mage Gerardini
El Kebir Le gardien de l'usine
Louise-Laure Mariani Petite fille
Gilliane Sanki Petite fille
Camille Gentet Fanfan enfant
Charles-Elie Rouart Barjo enfant
Lise Péault Irene Siccora
Bertie Cortez Capitaine Cosmo
Anne Bailly La femme métal
Jean-Louis Lapassade Le père
Stéphanie Nataf L'infirmière chef
Olivier Coutard Un pilote du vaisseau spatial
Jean-Pascal Chalard Un pilote du vaisseau spatial
Yves Boivin Cosmonaute chef

Producers

Françoise Galfré Executive Producer
Patrick Godeau Producer

Editors

Anne Lafarge

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