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Jules Sitruk

Born: April 16, 1990, Les Lilas - France

Jules Sitruk is a French actor.

He is most widely known for his roles in the 2002 Jugnot film “Monsieur Batignole” and the 2007 Hammer & Tongs film “Son of Rambow”.

Sitruk began acting at the age of 8, after being cast at his hairdressers. His first feature film was “Monsieur Batignole” (2001) with Gérard Jugnot, who acknowledged his talent amongst other young French actors at the time. Other films include “Moi César” (2003), “Vipère au poing” (2004) and “Les Aiguilles rouges” (2005).

Sitruk is also one of the three narrators in the original first-person version of “March of the Penguins”. His first English language film was “Son of Rambow”, filmed in London in 2006.

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Poster of Son of Rambow

Son of Rambow (2007)

Comedy |
Germany |
France |
| 96 Min

Will Proudfoot (Bill Milner) is looking for an escape from his family's stifling home life when he encounters Lee Carter (Will Poulter), the school bully. Armed with a video camera and a copy of \Rambo: First Blood\

70 2007 96
Poster of March of the Penguins

March of the Penguins (2005)

France |
| 80 Min

Every year, thousands of Antartica's emperor penguins make an astonishing journey to breed their young. They walk, marching day and night in single file 70 miles into the darkest, driest and coldest continent on Earth. Morgan Freeman narrates this amazing tale, Breathtaking photography captures the transcendaent beauty and staggering drama, so follow the leader.. to adventure!

77 2005 80
Poster of Monsieur Batignole

Monsieur Batignole (2002)

| 100 Min

In 1942, in an occupied Paris, the apolitical grocer Edmond Batignole lives with his wife and daughter in a small apartment in the building of his grocery. When his future son-in-law and collaborator of the German Pierre-Jean Lamour calls the Nazis to arrest the Jewish Bernstein family, they move to the confiscated apartment. Some days later, the young Simon Bernstein escapes from the Germans and comes to his former home. When Batignole finds him, he feels sorry for the boy and lodges him, hiding Simon from Pierre-Jean and also from his wife. Later, two cousins of Simon meet him in the cellar of the grocery. When Pierre-Jean finds the children, Batignole decides to travel with the children to Switzerland.

70 2002 100

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