10th District Court

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Filmmaker Raymond Depardon offers an unprecedented look at the nuts and bolts of the French judicial system in this documentary. In France, cameras are rarely permitted in courtrooms, and laws mandate that footage shot during a trial cannot be shown publicly for 20 years. Depardon, however, was given special permission to spend three months in the 10th District Courthouse of Paris with a small camera crew, where Judge Michele Bernard-Requin hears a wide variety of cases. With the permission of the accused, ...
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Filmmaker Raymond Depardon offers an unprecedented look at the nuts and bolts of the French judicial system in this documentary. In France, cameras are rarely permitted in courtrooms, and laws mandate that footage shot during a trial cannot be shown publicly for 20 years. Depardon, however, was given special permission to spend three months in the 10th District Courthouse of Paris with a small camera crew, where Judge Michele Bernard-Requin hears a wide variety of cases. With the permission of the accused, excerpts from 25 trials are seen in this film, ranging from theft and weapons charges to driving without a license and making harassing telephone calls. Depardon allows the natural humor of the testimonies shine through without intruding on reality and reveals Bernard-Requin to be a judge who is caring and compassionate, but nobody's fool.
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Special Features

Discussion of film shoot by Raymond Depardon; Deleted scenes; Audience debate at theatrical release; Original French trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/7/2006
  • UPC: 741952307297
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Source: Koch Lorber Films
  • Time: 1:47:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Raymond Depardon Director, Cinematographer
Justine Bourgade Camera Operator, Cinematographer
Sophie Chiabaut Sound/Sound Designer
Dominique Hennequin Sound/Sound Designer
Simon Jacquet Cinematographer
Simon Jacquet Editor
Claudine Nougaret Producer, Sound/Sound Designer
Fabienne Octobre Camera Operator
Lucile Sautarel Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- 10th District Court
1. May 15 Session [10:02]
2. May 15 Verdicts [1:43]
3. May 20 Session [3:48]
4. 5:01 PM [16:08]
5. May 20 Verdicts [1:03]
6. May 30 Session [15:05]
7. June 13 Session [3:13]
8. Fast-Track Prosecutions [4:16]
9. 2:07 AM [6:23]
10. Verdicts [3:40]
11. June 19 Session [11:18]
12. End Credits [7:08]
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Disc #1 -- 10th District Court
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   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      English Subtitles: On
      English Subtitles: Off
   Extras
      Original French Trailer
      Discussion of Film Shoot By Raymond Depardon
      Deleted Scenes
      Theatrical Release Audience Debate
   Koch Lorber Films Online
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