Un Coeur en Hiver

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Daniel Auteuil and Emmanuelle Béart from Manon of the Spring 1986 co-star once again in Un Coeur en Hiver, playing characters whose distance from each others' lives belies the enormous emotional impact they have on one another. Directed by Claude Sautet, whose 40-year career included the Oscar-winning César et Rosalie 1972, Un Coeur en Hiver is a remarkably restrained film with torrents of feeling just under the surface. Auteuil plays Stephane, partner in an exclusive violin brokerage. His older business partner ...
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Daniel Auteuil and Emmanuelle Béart from Manon of the Spring 1986 co-star once again in Un Coeur en Hiver, playing characters whose distance from each others' lives belies the enormous emotional impact they have on one another. Directed by Claude Sautet, whose 40-year career included the Oscar-winning César et Rosalie 1972, Un Coeur en Hiver is a remarkably restrained film with torrents of feeling just under the surface. Auteuil plays Stephane, partner in an exclusive violin brokerage. His older business partner Maxime Andre Dussolier has a lovely new violinist girlfriend, Camille Béart, who stirs Stephane but is ultimately rejected by him, sending all three characters into a spin that destroys their delicate, symbiotic balance. Hovering over this story is an unusual musical motif that is key to the characters' inner motivations. Violins play, and play on camera, all through the film, but the nature of Stephane's craft, Camille's career, and Maxime's profits is that the music can always be refined, tinkered with, changed with a twist of this or a bit of that. That's precisely how they conduct their relationships and lives -- with a fragile sense of security and no idea when to stop manipulating life for effect.
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Special Features

Claude Sautet interview; French tv appearances by Claude Sautet and André Dussollier; Excerpt from the documentary Claude Sautet ou la Magie invisible; Original French theatrical trailer ; 4 page booklet with essay by film critic Michel Boujut
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A gorgeously subtle examination of an unusual love triangle, Un coeur en hiver is a triumph for all involved. The film follows of a pair of business partners (André Dussolier and Daniel Auteuil), who run an exclusive stringed-instrument workshop, and the beautiful and talented violinist (Emmanuelle Béart) who comes between them. At first, it seems like standard material, but Claude Sautet's film is unique in that the characters' inevitable ruin is brought on not by an illicit affair but by the contemplation of an illicit affair. Thus the film becomes a moving, if occasionally frustrating, portrait of emotional frigidity. Sautet's subdued and perfectly paced direction (for which he won a French César award) and the script, by Yves Ulmann, Jacques Fiéschi, and Jerome Tonnèrre from a short story by Mikhail Lermontov, frame three superlative performances. Dussollier, who also picked up a César, hits all the right notes as the gregarious Maxime, and Auteuil is consistently fascinating, subtly hinting at hidden depths beneath Stephane's maddeningly enigmatic mug. Béart's Camille, though, is at the heart of the film, and her performance is both technically flawless (she studied the violin for more than a year before filming) and emotionally harrowing. The film also features a stunning Ravel soundtrack, performed by violinist Jean-Jacques Kantorow.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/7/2006
  • UPC: 741952308690
  • Original Release: 1992
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  • Source: Koch Lorber Films
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daniel Auteuil Stephane
Emmanuelle Béart Camille
André Dussollier Maxime
Elizabeth Bourgine Helene
Myriam Boyer Madame Amet
Jean-Luc Bideau Ostende
Brigitte Catillon Regine
Maurice Garrel Lachaume
Stanislas Carre de Malberg Brice
Jean-Claude Bouillaud
Nanou Garcia
Francois Domange
Van Doude
Anne Macina
Technical Credits
Claude Sautet Director, Screenwriter
Yves Angelo Cinematographer
Philippe Carcassonne Producer
Jacques Fieschi Screenwriter
Corinne Jorry Costumes/Costume Designer
Pierre Lenoir Sound/Sound Designer
Jean-Louis Livi Producer
Christian Marti Production Designer, Set Decoration/Design
Thi Loan Nguyen Makeup
Yvon Rouve Asst. Director
Philippe Sarde Musical Direction/Supervision
Jacqueline Thiedot Editor
Jerome Tonnerre Screenwriter
Yves Ulmann Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Un Coeur en Hiver
1. Working Together [6:12]
2. Maxime's Revelation [5:36]
3. In Need of Repair [8:15]
4. Mututal Dislike [8:26]
5. Stéphane's Small Adjustment [11:59]
6. Time for a Short Break [10:43]
7. Turning Away From Camille [7:39]
8. Reading Stéphane [7:56]
9. Rejecting an Advance [1:11]
10. Packing His Bags [13:42]
11. Lachaume's Silent Request [7:52]
12. Seeing Each Other Again [9:43]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Un Coeur en Hiver
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   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound
      Audio: Mono
      Subtitles: On/Off
   Extras
      Excerpt From Claude Sautet Documentary
      André Dussollier Tv Appearance
      Claude Sautet Tv Appearance
      A Rare Interview With Claude Sautet
   Original Trailer
   Also Available From Koch Lorber Films
      Gille' Wife
      Tous Les Matins Du Monde
      Changing Times
      Nathalie...
      The Story of Marie and Julien
      La Moustache
   Koch Lorber Films Online
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