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Cléo de 5 à 7
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1962 (UK) See more »
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This movie shows us Cléo, a French singer, who is afraid of getting the result of a test from her doctor... See more » | Add synopsis »
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1 win & 1 nomination See more »
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From ignorance to enlightenment. See more (52 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Corinne Marchand ... Florence, 'Cléo Victoire'
Antoine Bourseiller ... Antoine
Dominique Davray ... Angèle
Dorothée Blanck ... Dorothée (as Dorothée Blank)

Michel Legrand ... Bob, the Pianist
José Luis de Vilallonga ... The Lover
Loye Payen ... Irma, la cartomancienne
Renée Duchateau
Lucienne Marchand ... La conductrice du taxi
Serge Korber ... Plumitif (the lyricist)
Robert Postec ... Le docteur Valineau
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arthur Brunet

Jean-Claude Brialy ... L'infirmier (uncredited)
Emilienne Caille ... La fiancée noire (uncredited)
Raymond Cauchetier ... Raoul, le projectionniste (uncredited)
Jean Champion ... Le patron du café (uncredited)

Eddie Constantine ... L'arroseur (uncredited)
Georges de Beauregard ... Le conducteur du corbillard et de l'ambulance (uncredited)
Danièle Delorme ... La vendeuse de fleurs (uncredited)
Fernande Engler ... La fille au café (uncredited)
Sami Frey ... Le croque-mort (uncredited)

Jean-Luc Godard ... L'homme aux lunettes noires / Actor in silent film (uncredited)

Anna Karina ... Anna, la jeune fille blonde / Actress in silent film (uncredited)
Yves Robert ... Le vendeur de mouchoirs (uncredited)
Alan Scott ... Le marin (uncredited)
Jean-Pierre Taste ... Le garçon de café (uncredited)

Directed by
Agnès Varda 
 
Writing credits
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Agnès Varda 

Produced by
Georges de Beauregard .... producer
Carlo Ponti .... producer
 
Original Music by
Michel Legrand 
 
Cinematography by
Paul Bonis 
Alain Levent 
Jean Rabier 
 
Film Editing by
Pascale Laverrière 
Janine Verneau  (as Jeanne Verneau)
 
Production Design by
Jean-François Adam 
 
Art Direction by
Bernard Evein 
 
Costume Design by
Alyette Samazeuilh 
 
Makeup Department
Aïda Carange .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jean-François Adam .... unit production manager
Bruna Drigo .... production manager
Claude Laporte .... production manager trainee
Edith Tertza .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marin Karmitz .... assistant director
Bernard Toublanc-Michel .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Julien Coutelier .... sound
Jean Labussière .... sound
Jacques Maumont .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Liliane de Kermadec .... still photographer
Roger Robert .... grip
 
Other crew
Aurore Chabrol .... script girl (as Aurore Paquiss)
Rose Sokol .... subtitler: English
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Cléo de 5 à 7" - France (original title)
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Runtime:
90 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.19 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Canada:G (Quebec) | Finland:K-16 | Netherlands:14 (orginal rating) | Singapore:PG | Spain:13 | Sweden:15 | UK:PG (2001) | UK:A (1962) | USA:Not Rated | USA:TV-14 (cable rating)

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Trivia:
The film actually covers Cléo from 5:00 to 6:30. The final chapter for the film ends at 6:30.See more »
Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: In the beginning of Chapter 3, as Cleo is putting on a black hat, the camera-man's right arm can be seen in the mirror next to her.See more »
Quotes:
Florence, 'Cléo Victoire':Ugliness is a kind of death... As long as I'm beautiful,I'm alive more than others.See more »

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13 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
From ignorance to enlightenment., 5 August 2001
Author: dbdumonteil

First scene (shot in color):Cleo visits the fortune-teller:ignorance,confusion.Last scene:Cleo is a responsible woman now,she's ready to cope with a not-so-rose future:enlightenment. Between the scenes ,one hour and a half (the title is a misnomer).Historically,it's not the first film whose story unfolds in real time (see Robert Wise:the set up).But the concept is here totally mastered. At the beginning of the movie,Cleo is a precious,soft ,selfish young girl.The fortune-teller epitomizes naïvete,a non-scientific attitude.And however,the lady says something important when Cleo draws a skeleton from the tarot pack:"do not panic,the arms and the legs are still covered with flesh.Your own being is about to change deeply." The fortune tells that to comfort Cleo -later she'll tell her husband "cards say "death!",and as for me I've seen cancer"-and the end would prove she was right though. After leaving the fortune-teller,Cleo meets some people ,most of them indifferent,she cannot communicate her anguish to any of them.Everybody' s busy about himself.They listen to her,but they can't hear her. Then she takes her black glasses off!It's a symbol,now she's ready to see the world as it is.She meets Antoine ,he's a soldier about to return to Algeria to fight in a dirty war.Both are afraid,both have found the comfort they needed so!Now Cleo has opened up,she can face the terrible illness."I'm not afraid anymore,she says,I think that I'm happy"

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