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La Marie du port (1950)

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Henri Chatelard is well in his forties, owns a restaurant and a cinema in the city, and appreciate women. When he meets Marie, a 18ish stronghead who just lost her father in a small ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Henri Chatelard
Blanchette Brunoy ...
Odile Le Flem
Nicole Courcel ...
Marie Le Flem
Claude Romain ...
Marcel Viau
Louis Seigner ...
Le premier oncle (as Louis Seigner de la Comédie Française)
René Blancard ...
Dorchain
Robert Vattier ...
Le client mécontent
Louise Fouquet ...
La prostituée
Olivier Hussenot ...
Le deuxième oncle
Jeanne Véniat ...
Madame Blanc
Georges Vitray ...
Monsieur Josselin
Odette Laure ...
Françoise
Martial Rèbe ...
Le commissaire-priseur (as Martial Rebe)
Germaine Michel ...
La première tante
Charles Mahieu ...
Le coiffeur
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Henri Chatelard is well in his forties, owns a restaurant and a cinema in the city, and appreciate women. When he meets Marie, a 18ish stronghead who just lost her father in a small fishermen village, it is not clear who is the hunter and who is the prey. Written by phs

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based on novel

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Drama | Romance

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25 February 1950 (France)  »

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(RCA Photophone)

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1.37 : 1
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Anouk Aimée was originally cast as Marie but she was under contract with a British producer at the time and had to abandon the project. See more »

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Featured in Histoire(s) du cinéma: Les signes parmi nous (1998) See more »

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The sea, the sea... dull
21 February 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Carne was strong in making images, but did not have a gift for using dialogue that wasn't the most scintillating, but could be made lively (see as an example most of Truffaut's films). This picture has not stood the test of time, like most of those Carne made from 1945 on. Simenon always poses a problem for directors when there is no murder, just a character study as here, and Carne seems lost.

His star is at the top of his form, but that doesn't say much when Gabin only has to appear a little grumpy. When he sees his wife in bed with another man, it's just an occasion for some mildly risqué patter, no violence. The other actors are strictly B-list. Blanchette Brunoy has an agreeable smile and voluptuous body, but not much range. Nicole Courcel, who is supposed to be Gabin's love interest, has an irritating pouty mouth and blank brown eyes. I grew very tired of looking at her.


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