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Nearest To Heaven

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A middle-aged Frenchwoman is either experiencing delusions of grandeur or the full force of destiny in director Tonie Marshall's 2002 romantic drama Nearest to Heaven Au Plus Pres Du Paradis. When single non-fiction book author Fanette Catherine Deneuve accidentally bumps into former schoolmate Bernard Bernard Le Coq -- who was smitten with Fanette in school but whose affection remained unrequited -- she is reminded of another man whom she loved intensely. This other man, Philippe, left a huge impression on ...
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A middle-aged Frenchwoman is either experiencing delusions of grandeur or the full force of destiny in director Tonie Marshall's 2002 romantic drama Nearest to Heaven Au Plus Pres Du Paradis. When single non-fiction book author Fanette Catherine Deneuve accidentally bumps into former schoolmate Bernard Bernard Le Coq -- who was smitten with Fanette in school but whose affection remained unrequited -- she is reminded of another man whom she loved intensely. This other man, Philippe, left a huge impression on Fanette as she begins to lose herself in reminiscences over the brief, intense relationship the two experienced. After catching a number of screenings for the 1957 film An Affair to Remember -- which was also Fanette and Philippe's favorite film during their fling -- Fanette gets the notion from what may or may not be a figment of her imagination to go to New York and visit the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Setting out under the pretense of putting the finishing touches on her latest book, she arrives in the States and discovers her usual photographer has been replaced by the single and somewhat attractive male photographer Matt William Hurt -- which further confuses Fanette when she eventually develops feelings for him.
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Special Features

16:9 letterbox 1.66:1 aspect ratio; 5.1 Dolby Digital audio; Subtitle control ; Interview with Tonie Marshall; Deleted scenes; Making of featurette
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/15/2005
  • UPC: 720917544823
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Fox Lorber
  • Aspect Ratio: Vistavision (1.66:1)
  • Presentation: Letterbox
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Catherine Deneuve Fanette
William Hurt Matt
Bernard Le Coq Bernard
Hélène Fillières Lucie
Patrice Chéreau Pierre
Nathalie Richard Brigitte
Gilbert Melki Alain
Emmanuelle Devos Woman in cinema
Noemie Godin Vigneau Carole
Paulina Porizkova Mary Rafelson
Francois Arnal Himself
Technical Credits
Tonie Marshall Director, Original Story, Screenwriter
Olivier Bomsel Producer
Jacques Comets Editor
Francois Dompierre Score Composer
Jean-Jacques Ferran Sound Mixer
Marc Flouquet Asst. Director
Jean-Paul Gaultier Costumes/Costume Designer
Agnès Godard Cinematographer
Andrés Vicente Gómez Producer
Jean-Pierre Laforce Sound Mixer
Pierre-Francois Limbosch Production Designer
Daniel Louis Producer
Ginnette Magny Costumes/Costume Designer
Alain Peyrollaz Executive Producer
Marielle Robaut Costumes/Costume Designer
Denise Robert Producer
Ginette Robitaille Production Designer
Gilles Sandoz Producer
Friquette Thevenet Costumes/Costume Designer
Anne-Louise Trividic Screenwriter
Fabienne Vonier Producer
Beatrice Wick Sound Mixer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Confrontation [6:01]
2. Classic Romance [4:53]
3. At Home [5:23]
4. Dreams and Emotions [5:18]
5. A Doctor's Touch [4:20]
6. Not Your Style [4:58]
7. Bad Timing [4:36]
8. A Binge Evening [6:08]
9. The Photographer [5:07]
10. To Boston [3:48]
11. On the Road [5:33]
12. I Like to Boogie [3:24]
13. At the Bar [4:51]
14. The Wrong One [1:25]
15. The Right One [5:15]
16. A Lost Love [4:18]
17. In the Lobby [10:58]
18. Credits [4:50]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Scene Access
   Disc Set-Up
      Audio: Dolby Stereo
      Audio: Dolby 5.1 Surround
      English Subtitles: On
      English Subtitles: Off
   Special Features
      Deleted Scenes
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         Fanette / Man in Gray
         Fanette & Alain / Kitchen
         Fanette / Flea Market
         Fanette / Shoe Store
         Fanette / Bar
         Fanette & Brigitte / Bookstore
      Catherine Deneuve Trailer Gallery
         Play All
         My Favorite Season
         One Hundred and One Nights
         Pola X
         Place Vendôme
         The Convent
      Filmographies
         Tonie Marshall - Select Director Filmography
         Catherine Deneuve - Select Actress Filmography
         William Hurt - Select Actor Filmography
      Interview With Tonie Marshall
      The Making of Nearest to Heaven
      Feature Trailer
      Weblinks
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