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In recent years, the American Film Festival of Deauville has shown that it's just not enough to be seen, or seen to be seen, in this beautiful seaside town, it's also well worth walking away with a prize.
Last year's competition winner, "The Visitor," went from being a pic that no one in Gaul had heard anything about to the little indie that could, selling more than 230,000 tickets at the French box office.
It was the same story, only bigger, in 2006, when "Little Miss Sunshine" took the top prize and subsequently sold more than 1 million French tickets.
With these kinds of stats, Deauville's …