The movie has earned more money than any French-language film in history

By EW Staff
September 21, 2012 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Unlikely French blockbuster The Intouchables, a dramedy about a wealthy quadriplegic who befriends his caretaker, recently became untouchable at the global box office. The movie, which earned $166.1 million in France alone, has now sold about 23.2 million tickets outside of France — more than any French-language film in history. The movie has grossed $11.9 million in the U.S., a respectable sum for sure, but not enough to beat Amélie, which made $33.2 million here in 2001.

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