“All that shines” on Chérie 25: info on this film with Géraldine Nakache and Leïla Bekhti

On television tonight and streaming on Chérie 25: Everything that shines (2009) by Géraldine Nakache and Hervé Mimran with Leïla Bekhti, Géraldine Nakache, Audrey Lamy, Virginie Ledoyen, Manu Payet, Linh-Dan Pham and Daniel Cohen in distribution. Info Bulles de Culture on this award-winning first feature film re-broadcast from Thursday, July 8.

Everything that shines to watch on television and in streaming on Chérie 25


Who has never been ashamed of his mother’s new hairstyle, his father’s bad jokes, the velvet sofa in the living room, a childhood friend delighted with her CDI at the town hall?

Lila and Ely live in Puteaux, on the other side of the bridge that separates them from Paris. Like two sisters, they share everything and together dream of another life and the latest trendy shoes.

From little muddles to big lies, they will do everything to try to penetrate a world that is not theirs, a world of happy few and pomp, where everything seems possible to them. But all that glitters …

Everything that shines : a creation of the duo Géraldine Nakache and Leïla Bekhti

Everything that shines sign a major meeting between the two actresses Geraldine Nakache and Leïla Bekhti. Since this experience, they have told the press that they are “Become sisters”. Their collaboration was renewed on Us York (2011), also directed by the duo Géraldine Nakache and Herve Mimran.

The film Everything that shines also propelled the two actresses to the rank of popular actresses. We could find in particular Geraldine Nakache in Under Girls’ Skirts (2014), Meet at Atlit (2014) or The Adventures of Spirou and Fantasio (2018).

But the film especially propelled the career of Leïla Bekhti, who received a Caesar of the Best young female hope for this role. The actress went on to appear in major films like Before winter (2013), Us three or nothing (2014) or comedy The Great Bath (2018). She also appeared on television playing in the series Polar Day by Canal +.

Song about my funny life by Véronique Sanson as a hymn

Everything that shines is also famous for the revival of the Song about my funny life by the two protagonists of the film. The song is originally written and sung by Véronique Sanson in 1972. Thanks to the film, the song took on a second youth and allowed it to be discovered by a new generation.

Audrey Lamy, the other discovery of the film

Public and critical success (with a César at stake) at its release, Everything that shines thus hatched the actress Leïla Bekhti. But the other actress to have benefited from the success of the film is of course Audrey Lamy.

Playing to the full on her quirky and humorous side, the young actress, sister ofAlexandra Lamy, was subsequently offered a recurring role in the flagship series Scenes of households between 2009 and 2018. The actress is also a theater actress with in particular a one woman show, Last before Vegas, directed by Alex lutz. The show took place on all stages of France for more than five years. The pretty blonde is also very present in the cinema. We could see her for example in the film My Reum (2018) by Frédéric Quiring.

Price rain

The film Everything that shines has received many awards. In addition to the already mentioned Caesar of Leïla Bekhti, the feature film won the Special Jury Prize and the Europe 1 Audience Prize at Alpe d’Huez International Comedy Film Festival in 2010. It was also awarded the Gold Star in 2011, a prize for a first film by the French Cinema Press Academy.

At the box office, Everything that shines had a very honorable score with 1.4 million admissions, the 34th film of 2010 in France.

Find out more:

  • Everything that shines is broadcast on Chérie 25 and streaming on NRJPlay on Thursday July 08, 2021 at 9:05 p.m., then Thursday July 15, 2021 at 11:20 p.m.
  • Everything that shines aired on 6ter on Tuesday October 2, 2018 at 9 p.m. on W9 on Sunday June 23, 2019 at 9:05 p.m. on Téva on Sunday September 1, 2019 at 8:50 p.m., then Tuesday September 24, 2019 at 10:50 p.m. on M6 on Saturday August 29, 2020 at 9:05 p.m. on OCS Max from Monday January 18, 2021 at 8:40 p.m.
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