Criterion Collection: The Young Girls Of Rochefort

Criterion Collection: The Young Girls Of Rochefort

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Overview

Criterion Collection: The Young Girls Of Rochefort

The colors explode off of the screen on the disc for this classic French musical. The gorgeous print is presented in widescreen (anamorphic) with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1. The French language soundtrack is in 2.0 Dolby Digital Surround and there are optional English subtitles and English captions for the hearing impaired. The only extra feature included are theatrical trailers for Purple Noon, Belle de Jour, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Though slim on the extras, the beautiful print more than makes up for this oversight.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/22/2002
UPC: 0717951005007
Original Release: 1967
Rating: G
Source: Miramax
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 2:43:00

Special Features

Trailers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Catherine Deneuve Delphine Garnier--sung by Anne Germain
George Chakiris Etienne--sung by Romuald
Françoise Dorléac Solange Garnier--sung by Claude Parent
Jacques Perrin Maxence--sung by Jacques Revaux
Grover Dale Bill--sung by Jose Bartel
Gene Kelly Andy Miller--sung by Donald Burke
Danielle Darrieux Yvonne
Genevieve Thenier Josette--sung by Alice Gerald
Pamela Hart Judith--sung by Christiane Legrand
Henri Cremieux Dutrouz
Wendy Barry Actor
Jane Darling Actor
Bill Lee Actor
John MacDonald Actor
Albin Pahernik Actor
Jacques Riberolles Guillaume Lancien--sung by Jean Stout
Sally Stevens Actor
Robert Tebow Actor
Agnès Varda Nun
Jackie Ward Singer
Dorothée Blanc Passerby
Sue Allen Actor
Earl W. Brown Actor
Veronique Duval Actor
Michel Piccoli Simon Dame--sung by George Blaness

Technical Credits
Jacques Demy Director,Score Composer,Screenwriter
Jean Barthet Costumes/Costume Designer
Mag Bodard Producer
Aida Carange Makeup
Ghislain Cloquet Cinematographer
Gilbert de Goldschmidt Producer
Bernard Evein Production Designer,Set Decoration/Design
Janine Jarreau Makeup
Michel Legrand Score Composer
Jacqueline Moreau Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selection
1. Opening Credits: Setting Up in the Square [8:46]
2. A Pair of Twins [5:05]
3. Seeking the Feminine Ideal [7:05]
4. Making a Friendly Break [6:54]
5. "They Call Us Carnies" [4:03]
6. "The Face I'm Thinking Of" [4:16]
7. Mr. Dame's Silly Name [7:11]
8. Crazy for a Girl [4:56]
9. Leaving the Boys [4:46]
10. "Living Amid Memories" [7:47]
11. "I Met My Dream Man" [5:27]
12. "Sing Today, Dance Tonight!" [7:43]
13. Everyone's out on the Street [8:30]
14. Singing With an Old Friend [5:37]
15. Meeting for Dinner [4:13]
16. Presenting the Garnier Sisters [8:37]
17. "Always the Same Refrain" [6:22]
18. Preparing for Paris [4:50]
19. Crossing Paths [10:48]
20. End Credits [1:42]

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Young Girls Of Rochefort 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While not as emotionally satisfying as Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Girls is a fun, tuneful romp from the 60's. There are numerous fine songs and I recommend getting the 2 cd soundtrack. The two sisters are looking for love and success in their careers and the whole movie is filled with sentimental, rather silly coincidence and predictable situations but I loved every moment of it. (Umbrellas is even better, though quite different and much more sophisticated--get it for sure!) I like hearing the French and often forget to read the subtitles. As an additional surprise, Gene Kelly plays one of his last romantic roles and he is surprisingly natural and believable. (I find him usually a bit stiff.) Sadly, one of the two sisters was killed in a real-life car accident after this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film was a follow up (1967) to the much better known Umbrellas of Cherbourgh. Unlike the sad and rainy ''Umbrellas'', YOUNG GIRLS is a delightfully upbeat, sunny, lighthearted musical with a quite complex, intertwined plot.. Michel Legrand's music is a true pleasure - some call it his best score. The beginning (with two overtures) is slow, but once the plots and characters develop it's spellbinding. Although there is a lot of dancing, the dancing is not too inspired. I find the whole package so delightful and watchable any flaws are easy to overlook. This long-awaited release will be high on my gift list this year. An internet search will bring up a number of web sites and reviews of this little-known film; the city of Rochefort will even send you a brochure about the film.