Tous Les Matins Du MondeDirector: Alain Corneau, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Gérard Depardieu, Anne Brochet
Jazzman-turned-director Alain Corneau brings his extensive musical savvy to All the Mornings of the World. Jean-Pierre Marielle stars as legendary 17th-century baroque composer and viola da gamba player M. de Saint Colombe. Believing the only "true" music is that which is written down, Sainte Colombe is vehemently opposed to performing in public. This stance is challenged by the composer's protégé, Marin Marais (Gerard Depardieu), a man of more commercial sensibilities. Leisurely and luxurious, All the Mornings of the World deservedly swept France's Cesar Awards (the Gallic equivalent of the Oscars). Watch for Gerard Depardieu's real-life son Guillaume Depardieu as the younger Marin Marais. All the Mornings is better known by its original French title, Tous les Matins du Monde.
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Cast & Crew
|Jean-Pierre Marielle||Monsieur de Saint Colombe|
|Gérard Depardieu||Marin Marais|
|Guillaume Depardieu||Young Marin Marais|
|Caroline Sihol||Madame de Saint Colombe|
|Violaine Lacroix||Young Madeleine|
|Nadege Teron||Young Toinette|
|Jean-Claude Dreyfus||Abbe Mathieu|
|Pierre Gamet||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Corrine Jorry||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Bernard Marescot||Executive Producer|
|Jordi Savall||Score Composer|
|Bernard Vezat||Art Director,Production Designer|
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After watching this film we were ravenously hungry. And now I have to build my husband a shed in the garden so he can play his theorbo out there while I bring him snacks of bread, cheese, and wine. Seriously beautiful film, great music.
This is indeed one of greatest films, especially if you have profound passion for music as an artist of any kind...an artist of life. To really feel the deep sensation for sound and how it moves the heart is all portrayed in All THe Mornings of the World. A beautiful work true music lovers do not want to miss!
A movie full of sadness and joy, poetry and love. I have seen it few years ago in the TV and have had phantasy flashback since then. Thanks to the internet I can find it and see it again.
It was my favorite movie of all time, next to Cinema Paridiso. Haunting and powerful cello music, worthy of purchasing a soundtrack at the very least.