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Let Joy Reign Supreme . . .
     

Let Joy Reign Supreme . . .

Director: Bertrand Tavernier

Cast: Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort, Jean-Pierre Marielle

 
The humanistic actions of Phillippe D'Orleans, the cultured gentle regent to young Louis the XV in pre-revolutionary France (1719) are chronicled in this French costumer. Though the regent endeavors to keep his subjects cultured and happy to stop the peasants from rising up, he knows he has no real royal authority. To assist, D'Orleans enlisted the aid of a priest,

Overview

The humanistic actions of Phillippe D'Orleans, the cultured gentle regent to young Louis the XV in pre-revolutionary France (1719) are chronicled in this French costumer. Though the regent endeavors to keep his subjects cultured and happy to stop the peasants from rising up, he knows he has no real royal authority. To assist, D'Orleans enlisted the aid of a priest, who unfortunately cared nothing for his God, nor anyone but himself. The regent becomes distraught after his daughter, with whom he has been accused of committing incest, dies. His natural idealism is also shaken when he must execute a band of revolutionaries. True joy will only be found when the peasants successfully overthrow the aristocrats who held them down so long. The film's soundtrack features the music of the real Phillippe D'Orleans.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/05/2004
UPC:
0738329037420
Original Release:
1975
Rating:
NR
Source:
Kino Video
Time:
1:54:00

Special Features

Original theatrical trailer; Stills gallery; Filmographies; Optional English subtitles; Enhanced for 16x9 TVs

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Philippe Noiret Philippe d'Orleans
Jean Rochefort Dubois
Jean-Pierre Marielle Marquis Pontcallec
Christine Pascal Emilie
Marina Vlady Madame Parabere de Bourbon
Gerard Desarthe Duc De Bourbon
Alfred Adam Villeroy
Jean-Roger Caussimon Cardinal
Michel Beaune Actor
Monique Chaumette Actor
Francois Dyrek Actor
Jean-Paul Farré Actor
Nicole Garcia La Fillon
Jacques Hilling Actor
Bernard Lajarrige Actor
Brigitte Roüan Actor
Andrée Tainsy Actor
Jean Amos Actor
Roland Amstutz Actor
Gilbert Bahon Actor
Michel Berto Actor
Michel Blanc Actor
Stephane Bouy Noce
Liza Braconnier Actor
Christian Clavier Pickpocket
Yves Elliot Actor
Pierre Forget Actor
Maurice Jacquemont Actor
Yvon Lec Actor
Bernadette Lesache Actor
Thierry Lhermitte Count of Horn
Eric Lorvoire Actor
Pierre Moncorbier Actor
Jean-Luc Moreau Actor
Colette Proust Actor
Patrick Raynal Actor
Jean Rougerie Actor
Hélène Vincent Actor
Gérard Jugnot Footman (uncredited)
Bruno Balp Actor
Daniel Duval Actor
Jacqueline Parent Severine

Technical Credits
Bertrand Tavernier Director,Screenwriter
Jean Aurenche Screenwriter
Michelle de Broca Producer
Michel Desrois Sound/Sound Designer
Antoine Duhamel Score Composer
Pierre-Wiliam Glenn Cinematographer
Pierre Guffroy Production Designer
Laurent Heynemann Asst. Director
Jacqueline Moreau Costumes/Costume Designer
Thi Loan N'Guyen Makeup
Armand Psenny Editor
Yves Robert Associate Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Captain Of The Dragoons [8:00]
2. The King Mourns [5:41]
3. God, Devil & Man [8:43]
4. Monsieur De Pontcallec [7:11]
5. Off To Louisiana [5:21]
6. Pontcallec's Escape [7:19]
7. The King's Fools [6:55]
8. A Noble Man's War [8:22]
9. God, Hell & Paradise [5:51]
10. Arrested Once Again [6:18]
11. "For The Sake Of Spectacle" [8:06]
12. Trial Of Infamy [7:01]
13. Neither Hat Nor Head [6:31]
14. "We're All Bretons" [6:20]
15. "It's A Masquerade" [7:58]
16. Death Has A Price [8:32]

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