Locked Out (film)

Locked Out (French: Enfermés dehors, French pronunciation: [ɑ̃fɛʁme dəˈɔʁ]) is a 2006 French film directed by and starring Albert Dupontel, and written by him in collaboration with Guillaume Laurant.[2]

Locked Out
Theatrical release poster
Directed byAlbert Dupontel
Written byAlbert Dupontel
Guillaume Laurant
StarringAlbert Dupontel
Claude Perron
Music byDenis Barthe
Vincent Bosle
Ramon Pipin
Jean-Paul Roy
CinematographyBenoît Debie
Edited byRichard Leclers
Christophe Pinel
Distributed byUGC Distribution
Release date
  • 5 April 2006 (2006-04-05) (France)
Budget$5.3 million
Box office$4.4 million[1]


The story of a glue-sniffing homeless person who stumbles upon a policeman committing suicide and decides to put his abandoned uniform to good use. Initially this means using it to steal food from the police canteen but soon Roland discovers that wearing the uniform gives him certain powers and responsibilities, particularly tracking down the kidnapped child of a former porn star with whose picture he had fallen in love.



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