Seventh Heaven

Overview

Parisienne mother Mathilde Sandrine Kiberlain, who shares a large apartment with her surgeon husband Nico Vincent Lindon, sometimes works at the legal business run by her mother Francine Berge. With a stagnant sex life, the bored Mathilde prowls department stores to steal toys for her son. At a party with Nico, she realizes she's being watched by a doctor Francois Berleand, and she spots him on the metro the following day. He tells her he's a psychiatrist, and they have their first session in a deserted ...
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Overview

Parisienne mother Mathilde Sandrine Kiberlain, who shares a large apartment with her surgeon husband Nico Vincent Lindon, sometimes works at the legal business run by her mother Francine Berge. With a stagnant sex life, the bored Mathilde prowls department stores to steal toys for her son. At a party with Nico, she realizes she's being watched by a doctor Francois Berleand, and she spots him on the metro the following day. He tells her he's a psychiatrist, and they have their first session in a deserted restaurant. While the doctor's cure does appear to work for Mathilde, there's a trade-off: Nico's behavior becomes increasingly abnormal. This film has no connection to the earlier 1927, 1937 Hollywood films with the same title. Shown at the Venice and Toronto film festivals.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/16/1999
  • UPC: 717119727932
  • Original Release: 1997
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  • Source: New Yorker Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sandrine Kiberlain Mathilde
Vincent Lindon Nico
François Berléand The Doctor
Francine Bergé Mathilde's Mother
Pierre Cassignard Etienne
Philippe Magnan The Practitioner
Florence Loiret Chloe
Eriq Ebouaney
Technical Credits
Benoît Jacquot Director, Screenwriter
Jérôme Beaujour Screenwriter
Georges Benayoun Producer
Philippe Carcassonne Producer
Pascale Chavance Editor
Arnaud de Moleron Production Designer
Caroline de Vivaise Costumes/Costume Designer
Frederique Moidon Casting
Chantal Poupaud Associate Producer
Antoine Santana Asst. Director
Michel Vionnet Sound/Sound Designer
Romain Winding Cinematographer
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