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1925 (Germany) See more »
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A man whose wife has died remarries, and his new wife has a daughter of her own from a previous marriage... See more » | Full synopsis »
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A breath-taking MASTERPIECE See more (13 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Jean Forest ... Jean Amsler, der Sohn
Victor Vina ... Pierre Amsler, der Vater
Pierrette Houyez ... Pierrette Amsler, die Tochter
Jeanne Marie-Laurent ... La domestique
Rachel Devirys ... Jeanne Dutois, zweite Frau Amslers
Henri Duval ... Le Canonier
Arlette Peyran ... Arlette Dutois, die Stieftochter

Suzy Vernon ... La mère de Jean
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Barrois
F. Greffin
P. Lecoq
Arturo Porchet ... Le prêtre (as Arthur Porchet)

Directed by
Jacques Feyder 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dimitri De Zoubaloff  uncredited
Jacques Feyder  scenario
Françoise Rosay 

Produced by
Aloys de Christen .... producer
Dimitri De Zoubaloff .... producer
Arturo Porchet .... producer (as Arthur Adrien Porchet)
 
Original Music by
Antonio Coppola (2003 alternate version)
 
Cinematography by
Léonce-Henri Burel 
Paul Parguel 
 
Film Editing by
Jacques Feyder 
 
Art Direction by
Jacques Feyder 
 
Production Management
Charles Schuepbach .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Charles Barrois .... assistant director
Arturo Porchet .... assistant director (as Arthur Porchet)
Françoise Rosay .... assistant director
 
Other crew
Edouard Lepage .... studio manager
Ernette Tamm .... script supervisor (as E. Tammy)
 

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Also Known As:
"Visages d'enfants" - France (original title)
"Children's Faces" - International (English title) (alternative title)
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Runtime:
UK:114 min | 111 min (18 fps) (Nederlands Filmmuseum) | France:117 min (2004 restored version)
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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The film was an artistic success but a terrible commercial failure, causing the bankruptcy of Mundus Film. As for de Zoubaloff, he moved into the radio set selling while Porchet became the technical manager of the Swiss Film Office.See more »

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14 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
A breath-taking MASTERPIECE, 18 June 2007
Author: james676 from Teaneck, NJ

I was extremely blessed to see the U.S. television debut of Visages d'enfants on Turner Classic Movies. My god, this was a masterpiece. Why can't contemporary films be half as good? The children were superb! The acting was magnificent. I thought Jean Forest was astonishing as Jean. Such superb acting from a 12 year old. His performance in the first five minutes of the film is exquisite. I thought Arlette Peyran, portraying Jean's step-sister was magnificent as well. I was just depressed to learn that this was her only film! How unfortunate. She had star written all over her. The adult actors are wonderful. I loved Rachel Devirys portrayal of the step-mother. Such love and grace in that performance. The scenery (all shot on location in the Alps) is glorious. This was a perfect film. The music was heavenly. PLEASE SEE THIS FILM.

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