For a Woman

For a Woman

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/21/2014
UPC: 0616892188261
Original Release: 2013
Source: Film Movement
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:50:00
Sales rank: 62,783

Special Features

Closed Caption; Bonus Short Film: ; Le Ballon De Rouge; Dir Sylvain Bressollette; France, 20 min.; Paris, France, 1963. A mysterious young man approaches a beautiful woman in a bar and tells her what will happen if she agrees to run away with him.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Benoît Magimel Michel
Mélanie Thierry Lena
Nicolas Duvauchelle Jean
Clément Sibony Sacha
Sylvie Testud Anne
Julie Ferrier Tania
Denis Podalydès Maurice
Clotilde Hesme Madeleine
Marc Ruchmann Paul
Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat Le juge
Christian Taponard Georges
Francesco Calabrese Romano
Franck Gourlat Leandri
Elisa Ruschke Belle
Ondine Barry Tania - Four Years

Technical Credits
Diane Kurys Director,Screenwriter
Armand Amar Score Composer
Guillaume Bouchateau Sound/Sound Designer
Jérémie Chevret Production Manager
Tony Egry Production Designer
Christian Fontaine Sound/Sound Designer
Sylvie Gadmer Editor
Gilles Henry Art Director,Cinematographer
Gerard Moulevrier Casting
Yves-Marie Omnes Sound/Sound Designer
Eric Perron Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- For a Woman
1. Suitcase Of Secrets [5:55]
2. Prodigal Brother [15:10]
3. Ready-To-Wear [8:28]
4. For A Woman [10:11]
5. A Day In The Park [8:30]
6. Hiding Out [11:29]
7. Heartbreaker [9:56]
8. Killer [2:39]
9. Betrayal [7:33]
10. Dangerous Mission [9:07]
11. Final Chapter [10:30]
12. Credits [8:54]
13. Chapter 13 [2:03]
1. Chapter 1 [19:55]
2. Chapter 2 [:09]

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For a Woman 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Twink More than 1 year ago
4.5/5 For a Woman is newly released from Film Movement. As with all of their films, it was a selection at numerous film festivals. Many of (Academy Award nominee) director Diane Kurys's film are autobiographical in subject matter. She has used her parent's divorce and her relationship with her sister as inspiration for previous films. For a Woman found its origins in a picture Kurys found in her mother's (Lena) things after her death. It showed her, her mother and her father's (Michel) brother - Uncle Jean - a name and a man not discussed in the family. For a Woman is begins in the 1980's when one of two sisters, Anne, finds that same picture. Kurys imagines what is behind that photo, exploring her parent's lives from their escape from a Nazi concentration camp, to their life in Lyon, France, her father's political leanings, the aftermath of WWII - and the mysterious Jean. This was a wonderful period piece, exploring a point in history from a very personal and intimate view. The setting, the clothes, the attitudes were all exceptionally well done, supporting the director's view and transporting the viewer to the past. But, what shines in this film are the relationships between the three main characters. The actors were superb, each portraying their role believably. I was caught up in the story immediately and remained so until the credits rolled. This is one of my favourite releases this year. As always there is a short film included. Le Ballon de Rouge was just as good as the main feature. A young man offers an unhappy young woman a look at the life she could have - if she walks away with him immediately.