Tonnerre is a 2013 French drama film directed by Guillaume Brac. It stars Vincent Macaigne, Solène Rigot, and Bernard Ménez. Set in Tonnerre, Yonne, it tells the story of a rock musician who moves back in with his father and falls in love with a young girl. The film had its world premiere at the Locarno Festival on 12 August 2013. It was released in France on 29 January 2014.


A rock musician Maxime moves back from Paris to his hometown of Tonnerre, Yonne. He now lives together with his father and a dog. He is interviewed by a young journalist Mélodie, who wants to write a story about him. The two become a couple, spending a good time together for a while. However, Mélodie suddenly dumps Maxime and makes up with her ex-boyfriend Ivan. Maxime steals a gun and kidnaps her.

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    director Guillaume Brac
    editor Damien Maestraggi
    genre drama
    keywords good time paris rock music
    musicBy Rover
    producer Alice Girard
    productionCompany Rectangle Productions
    publisher Wild Bunch
    recordedAt Stade de l'Abbé-Deschamps