Angel

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Overview

A destitute but determined young woman living in turn-of-the-century England ascends the social ranks after authoring a series of successful romantic novels in French writer/director François Ozon's first English-language feature. Romola Garai takes on the title role in a French and Belgian co-production co-starring Sam Neill, Charlotte Rampling, and Michael Fassbender and financed by Fidélité Films, Canal+, Celluliod Dreams, France 2, and Pan-Européenne.
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Overview

A destitute but determined young woman living in turn-of-the-century England ascends the social ranks after authoring a series of successful romantic novels in French writer/director François Ozon's first English-language feature. Romola Garai takes on the title role in a French and Belgian co-production co-starring Sam Neill, Charlotte Rampling, and Michael Fassbender and financed by Fidélité Films, Canal+, Celluliod Dreams, France 2, and Pan-Européenne.
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Special Features

Interviews; Trailer; Teaser
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/21/2010
  • UPC: 030306974194
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Rating:

  • Source: Ifc Independent Film
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:59:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,845

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Romola Garai Angel Deverell
Sam Neill Théo
Lucy Russell Nora
Michael Fassbender Esmé
Charlotte Rampling Hermione
Jacqueline Tong Mother Deverell
Janine Duvitski Aunt Lottie
Christopher Benjamin Lord Norley
Una Stubbs Miss Dawson
Jemma Powell Angelica
Simon Woods Clive Fennelly
Seymour Matthews Norley Doctor
Tom Georgeson
Technical Credits
François Ozon Director, Screenwriter
Muriel Breton Editor
Pascaline Chavanne Costumes/Costume Designer
Martin Crimp Screenwriter
Dominique Delany Asst. Director
Olivier Delbosc Producer
Christopher Granier-Deferre Co-producer
Benoit Hillebrant Sound/Sound Designer
Dean Humphreys Sound/Sound Designer
Dean Humphries Sound Mixer
Genevieve Lemal Co-producer
Denis Lenoir Cinematographer
Karen Lindsay-Stewart Casting
Alexandre Lippens Co-producer
Pierre Mertens Sound/Sound Designer
Marc Missonnier Producer
Nick Palmer Art Director
Gill Robillard Makeup
Philippe Rombi Score Composer
Tanya Seghatchian Executive Producer
Katia Wyszkop Production Designer, Set Decoration/Design
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Angel
1. Opening Credits [2:51]
2. Creative Writing [4:29]
3. Novel Sont [5:47]
4. No Changes [5:43]
5. Lack of Manners [4:27]
6. The Play [6:52]
7. Welcome to Paradise [7:35]
8. Looking at Paintings [6:33]
9. Loss In the Family [7:30]
10. The Unveiling [7:11]
11. Together In Paradise [7:31]
12. War [8:02]
13. On Leave [5:21]
14. Money Trouble [6:15]
15. Too Much to Drink [5:09]
16. Another Lie [6:00]
17. Finally Meeting Her [8:50]
18. Goodbye Angel [8:23]
19. End Credits [4:13]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Angel
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   Chapters
   Bonus
      Teaser
      Trailer
      Interviews
   Setup
      Subtitles
         English Sdh
         Spanish
         Subtitles: Off
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  • Posted September 11, 2012

    Romola is starting to be one of my favorite actresses. So far, I

    Romola is starting to be one of my favorite actresses. So far, I've seen her in Emma, I Capture the Castle and now this. After watching it, I might read the book but thought the main character was unlikeable. It was hard to watch the movie at times. Didn't know Fassbender was in this.

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