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Antoine Lacomblez (additional writing)
Conny Templeman (screenplay)
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27 February 1987 (UK) See more »
During a holiday study in France, a girl meets the great love of her life, but the boy is involved in terrorist activities and that puts serious crisis on their relationship. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Imogen Stubbs ... Nanou
Jean-Philippe Écoffey ... Luc
Christophe Lindon ... Charles

Valentine Pelka ... Jacques
Roger Ibáñez ... Michel
Nathalie Bécue ... Chantal
Dominique Rousseau ... Rita

Anna Cropper ... Nanou's mother
Patrick O'Connell ... Nanou's father
Anne-Marie Jabraud ... Madame Giraud

Michel Robin ... Monsieur Henri

Daniel Day-Lewis ... Max

Lou Castel ... Terrorist
Jean-Marc Morel ... Jean
Jean Amos ... Robert
Tristan Bastite ... Léon
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bérangère Jean ... Brigitte

Directed by
Conny Templeman 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Antoine Lacomblez  additional writing
Conny Templeman  screenplay

Produced by
Simon Perry .... producer
Patrick Sandrin .... co-producer
Original Music by
John E. Keane  (as John Keane)
Cinematography by
Martin Fuhrer 
Film Editing by
Tom Priestley 
Production Design by
Andrew Mollo 
Costume Design by
Agnès Nègre 
Makeup Department
Odile Fourquin .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Danielle Beraha .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Frédéric Dantec .... assistant director
Philippe Dumas .... assistant director
Philippe Lacomblez .... assistant director
Claire Lusseyrand .... assistant director
Art Department
Anne Seibel .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Peter Bond .... sound effects editor
Pierre Donnadieu .... sound recordist
Nick Moore .... assistant sound editor (as Nicholas Moore)
Hugh Strain .... re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Martin Fuhrer .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sylvie Nabrin .... wardrobe mistress
Editorial Department
Neil Farrell .... assistant editor
Location Management
Gilles Sionnet .... location manager
Music Department
John E. Keane .... conductor (as John Keane)
Dick Lewzey .... music recordist
Other crew
Luke Randolph .... production controller
Laure Robert .... production assistant
Sandy Shopbach .... translator

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Additional Details

110 min | Germany:101 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
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focus on Imogen, 27 April 2002
Author: Leonel ( from Argentina

Imogen Stubbs dispells an air of innocence and angelical nature that is very much becoming for this film. In the end, she's not naive, just in love; plainly so. How she deals with this love and, on the other hand with herself is a humane and nostalgic tour on how life usually is. Not to be missed.

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