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The last frantic days before the Germans seized France in 1940 provide an unlikely backdrop for this dark comedy. Viviane (Isabelle Adjani) is a glamorous and well-known film actress who attracts the attentions of many men -- often many she has no interest in knowing. One night, at a reception following the premiere of her latest picture, Viviane finds herself pursued by Beaufort (Gérard Depardieu), a government official whose girth exceeds his charm. To throw him off her trail, Viviane allows a cranky older man,...
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The last frantic days before the Germans seized France in 1940 provide an unlikely backdrop for this dark comedy. Viviane (Isabelle Adjani) is a glamorous and well-known film actress who attracts the attentions of many men -- often many she has no interest in knowing. One night, at a reception following the premiere of her latest picture, Viviane finds herself pursued by Beaufort (Gérard Depardieu), a government official whose girth exceeds his charm. To throw him off her trail, Viviane allows a cranky older man, André Arpel (Nicolas Vaude), to escort her home. During the evening, Viviane and André quarrel, and after slapping him, she discovers that he has simply dropped dead. An understandably terrified Viviane calls a former boyfriend, Frédéric Roger (Grégori Derangère), and asks him to help her get rid of the body. In hopes of reviving their romance, he agrees, but after an auto accident, Frédéric is caught with the body, and is taken to jail to await his trial. When word gets out that German troops are due to arrive in Paris at any minute, Frédéric and his fellow prisoners are instructed they're to be moved out of town; Frédéric is handcuffed to petty thief Raoul (Yvan Attal), and en route the two are able to make their escape. When Frédéric learns that Viviane has fled to Bordeaux, along with much of the French upper crust, he makes his way there, where he finds he has a new rival for her affections -- Beaufort, who no longer seems such a poor prospect.
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Bande annonce; Entrevues; Le making of; Scènes inédites; Bios; Extras
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/13/2004
  • UPC: 824255001823
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Tva Films
  • Time: 1:55:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Isabelle Adjani Viviane
Gérard Depardieu Beaufort
Virginie Ledoyen Camille
Yvan Attal Raoul
Grégori Derangère Frederic Roger
Peter Coyote Winckler
Jean-Marc Stehle Kopolski
Nicolas Vaude Andre Arpel
Aurore Clément
Xavier De Guillebon
Edith Scob
Michel Vuillermoz
Nicolas Pignon
Pierre Diot
Technical Credits
Jean-Paul Rappeneau Director, Screenwriter
Thierry Arbogast Cinematographer
Alain Carsoux Special Effects
Pierre Gamet Sound/Sound Designer
Stephane Gluck Asst. Director
Jean Goudier Sound/Sound Designer
Dominique Hennequin Sound/Sound Designer
Catherine Leterrier Costumes/Costume Designer
Gilles Marchand Screenwriter
Patrick Modiano Screenwriter
Frederique Moidon Casting
Maryline Monthieux Editor
Laurent Petin Producer
Michele Petin Producer
Julien Rappeneau Screenwriter
Jacques Rouxel Production Designer
Jerome Tonnerre Screenwriter
Gabriel Yared Score Composer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Soir de Première [5:45]
2. Le Jeune Homme et la Star [6:51]
3. La Prison [4:20]
4. Paris Désert [7:53]
5. Les Amants du Splendid [6:43]
6. La Maison Arbesault [8:41]
7. Drame [7:54]
8. L'Eau Lourde [2:09]
9. Menace sur Viviane [3:33]
10. L'École de la Republique [4:22]
11. Les Espions [8:27]
12. Rupture [4:24]
13. Retour à la Maison [3:17]
14. Grand Départ [8:25]
15. La Plage [14:57]
16. Paris, 1942 [4:04]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Film
   Scènes
   Audio
      Français: 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Français: 2.0 Dolby Digital
      Français: Commentaire de Jean-Paul Rappeneau
   Bonus
      La Double Vie de Jean-Paul Rappeneau
      Petit Voyage Dans le Numerique
      Entretiens
         Isabelle Adjani
         Gérard Depardieu
         Virginie Ledoyen
         Yvan Attal
         Grégori Derangère
         Peter Coyote
         Aurore Clément
      Extraits
      Bande-Annonce
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    amazing, captivating foreign film with a great cast

    J'adore ce film!! It was amazing and quick-paced but with careful detail to the emotions of the actors. I definitely recommend it for any French film lover! A must see...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Beautifully mastered

    The movie takes you through what you think is going to be one thing and then changes to another. It is unexpected and exciting, even though the dialogue is fairly simple. The characters' lives are weaved within eachother and they all slip together perfectly in the end. Beautiful cinematography and design of characters.

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