Renoir

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Aging artist Auguste Renoir Michel Bouquet finds himself reinvigorated by the presence of a beautiful young model, but becomes enraged when his wounded son Jean Vincent Rottiers returns home from World War I, and falls in love with the red-haired muse. The Côte d'Azur: 1915. As the pain of arthritis makes painting increasingly difficult, celebrated artist Auguste Renoir becomes consumed with grief over the loss of his wife, and troubled by the news that his son Jean has been injured on the battlefield. Upon ...
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Overview

Aging artist Auguste Renoir Michel Bouquet finds himself reinvigorated by the presence of a beautiful young model, but becomes enraged when his wounded son Jean Vincent Rottiers returns home from World War I, and falls in love with the red-haired muse. The Côte d'Azur: 1915. As the pain of arthritis makes painting increasingly difficult, celebrated artist Auguste Renoir becomes consumed with grief over the loss of his wife, and troubled by the news that his son Jean has been injured on the battlefield. Upon meeting Andrée Christa Theret, however, the tired old artist gets a gainful second wind. Meanwhile, Jean returns home to recover, and finds himself under Andrée's spell as well. As tensions between father and son start to swell, Jean begins to blossom into an artist in his own right.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Additional interviews
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/5/2013
  • UPC: 025192211133
  • Original Release: 2012
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  • Source: New Video Group
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:51:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 2,651

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michel Bouquet Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Christa Theret Andrée Heuschling
Vincent Rottiers Jean Renoir
Thomas Doret Coco Renoir
Michele Gleizer
Romane Bohringer Gabrielle
Anne-Lise Heimburger Baker
Sylviane Goudal Big Louise
Solène Rigot Madeleine
Emmanuelle Lepoutre Doctor
Carlo Brandt Doctor Prat
Thierry Hancisse Junk Dealer
Laurent Poitrenaux Pierre Renoir
Technical Credits
Gilles Bourdos Director, Screenwriter
Samuel Amar Production Manager
Benoit Barouh Set Decoration/Design
Pascaline Chavanne Costumes/Costume Designer
Olivier Delbosc Producer
Valerie Deloof Sound/Sound Designer
Alexandre Desplat Score Composer
Cyril Holtz Sound Mixer
Yannick Kergoat Editor
Christophe Marillier Asst. Director
Marc Missonnier Producer
Elsa Pharaon Casting
Mark Lee Ping-bing Cinematographer
Richard Rousseau Casting
Michel Spinosa Screenwriter
Jerome Tonnerre Screenwriter
Francois Waledisch Sound/Sound Designer
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