“Yippee!”, the carioca could make his comeback at Cannes. Last week, the Trainee Posters, the specialist of diversion of movie posters on the social networks, has announced that a petition has been launched in association with Critical Sense. Their goal: to make go up on the stage of the Palais des Festivals of Cannes, the legendary duo of Alain Chabat and Gérard Darmon, on the occasion of the closing ceremony of the 72nd Festival of Cannes, to dance the carioca. This signature campaign comes as City of fear , by Alain Berberian, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Released in 1994, the comedy had gathered more than 2.2 million followers in the dark rooms.

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Already more than 6000 signatures

Launched on march 9, the anniversary of the release of the film, the petition has already gathered more than 6000 signatures. “Sign this petition, share it around you for that info reaches the ears of key decision-makers: Pierre Lescure, president of the Cannes Festival, Thierry Frémaux, general delegate of the Cannes film Festival, Alain Chabat, Cariociste and server Burger, Gérard Darmon, Cariociste and deep voice (but not that)”, one can read in the description that Critical Sense and the Trainee Posters to sign.

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when Questioned on the issue at the end of January Pierre Lescure was split by a tweet to say the least, curious, referring to a replica cult of the feature film.

For 25 years, City of fear is getting a youth. Available in streaming on MyCanal and Netflix, a Blu-Ray is expected to be published during may. A new cinema is also announced by Thierry Lacaze, director of distribution rooms, video, and VOD from Studio Canal.

For the time being, no one knows what to think about the principal involved. But their reactions do not delay, as this petition is gaining momentum.

update: in the Face of the numerous solicitations which he is facing, The Cannes film Festival has shared a tweet rather evocative, suggesting that the return of the duo Chabat/Darmon could see the light of day.