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Gran Torino is a 2008 American drama film directed and produced by and starring Clint Eastwood.
It was encountered a great success with audiences and critics generating 269 million dollars worldwide. The film was shot in Michigan in Midwest United States and the film was released in North America on 12 December 2008 and in France on 25 February 2009.
The film lasts 116 minutes.
This film marks the return of Clint Eastwood as an actor, four years after Million Dollar Baby. The film has a majority of Hmong (Hmong ???) actors. You can also see Scott Eastwood, the son of the film's director in the role of "Trey". The music is composed by his eldest son.
Walt Kowalski, a veteran of the Korean War and a racist has just lost his wife. One night he surprises Thao, one of his young neighbors, trying to steal his Gran Torino as part of an examination set by the gang who wants to recruit him. This event will change the course of the young man's life and his family with Walt Kowalski.
The film opens with the funeral ceremony of Walt's wife. This is amazed by the shallowness of the praise of his wife that made the young priest (L can't understand this part of the sentence) and the lack of consideration of his own sons, Mitch and Steve, preoccupied with their own problems and their own families.
At the end of the film, Walt, in his will, he bequeathed says leaves his house and property to the church, to please his late wife, and his Gran Torino to Thao, his friend, to the chagrin disappointment of its own children.
The film ends as follows: Thao leads Gran Torino with Daisy at his side, on a road to the water's edge.
- Clint Eastwood (VF: Hervé Jolly, DV: Hubert Fielden): Walt Kowalski
- Bee Vang (VF Thomas Sagols): Thao, the teenage Hmong (Hmong???) neighbor Walt
- Ahney Her (VF: Philippa Roche): Sue, Thao's older sister
- Christopher Carley (VF: Valéry Schatz, DV: Philippe Martin): Father Janovich, 27
- John Carroll Lynch (VF: Jean-François Roubaud, DV: Jean-Marie Moncelet): Martin, hairdresser "wop"
- Doua Moua (VF: Alexander Nguyen): Fong / Spider's cousin Thao gang member
- Cory Hardrict (VF: Mohamed Sanou): Duke
- Geraldine Hughes (VF: Solange Boulanger VQ: Michèle Lituac): Karen Kowalski
- Brian Haley (VF: Frederic Popovic, DV: Tristan Harvey): Mitch Kowalski, Walt's son
- Dreama Walker (VQ: Laurie Mastropietro): Ashley Kowalski
- Brian Howe (VF: Eric Missoffe, DV: Denis Roy): Steve Kowalski, Walt's son
- Choua Kue: Youa, attracted by Thao
- Chee Thao: grandmother
- William Hill (VQ: Sylvain Hetu): Tim Kennedy, the foreman
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