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Biography of Camille Claudel. Sister of writer Paul Claudel, her enthusiasm impresses already-famous sculptor Auguste Rodin. He hires her as an assistant, but soon Camille begins to sculpt... See more »

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Camille Claudel
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Auguste Rodin
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Louise-Athanaise Claudel
Laurent Grévill ...
Paul Claudel
Philippe Clévenot ...
Eugène Blot
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Jessie Lipscomb
Maxime Leroux ...
Claude Debussy
Danièle Lebrun ...
Rose Beuret
Jean-Pierre Sentier ...
Limet
Roger Planchon ...
Morhardt
Aurelle Doazan ...
Louise Claudel
Madeleine Marie ...
Victoire
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Louis-Prosper Claudel
Gérard Beaume
Martin Berléand ...
Robert
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Le docteur Michaux
Michel Beroff ...
Le pianiste
Lison Bonfils ...
La maîtresse pension de famille
Denise Chalem
Christine Chevreux
Flaminio Corcos ...
Schwob
Gérard Darier ...
Marcel
Claudine Delvaux ...
La concierge
Jean-François Duffau
Ariane Kah ...
La femme accroupie
Roch Leibovici ...
P'tit Louis
Eric Lorvoire ...
Ferdinand de Massary
Jean-Pierre Merlin
Patrick Palmero ...
Le photographe
Philippe Paimblanc ...
Giganti
Daniel Pesca
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La cantatrice
Jean-Pierre Pora ...
(as Jean-Pierre Pora di 'Dannilsen')
François Revillard ...
L'huissier
Dany Simon ...
Madame Morhardt
Benoît Vergne ...
Auguste Beuret
Hester Wilcox ...
Adèle

Directed by

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Bruno Nuytten

Written by (WGA)

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Reine-Marie Paris ... (based on the book by)
 
Bruno Nuytten ... (scenario and dialogue) &
Marilyn Goldin ... (scenario and dialogue)
 
Misa Terami ... (collaborator on dialogue)

Produced by

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Isabelle Adjani ... executive producer
Bernard Artigues ... producer
Christian Fechner ... executive producer

Music by

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Gabriel Yared

Cinematography by

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Pierre Lhomme ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Joëlle Hache
Jeanne Kef

Editorial Department

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Colette Achouche ... assistant editor
Monica Coleman ... assistant editor
Catherine Serris ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Shula Siegfried

Production Design by

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Bernard Vézat

Costume Design by

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Dominique Borg

Makeup Department

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Clarisse Domine ... makeup artist
Dominique Germain ... key makeup artist
Thi-Loan Nguyen ... key makeup artist
Marie-France Thibault ... key hair stylist
Patrick Villain ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Catherine Adart ... post-production manager
Yvon Crenn ... unit manager
Bernard Marescot ... production manager
Sophie Ray ... unit manager trainee
Daniel Zyngier ... unit manager trainee

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Frédéric Blum ... first assistant director
Philippe Chapus ... second assistant director
Philippe Tourret ... trainee assistant director
Christophe Vallée ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Hervé Boutard ... sculptor
Emmanuel de Chauvigny ... decorator
Franck Congi ... decoration assistant
René Donnenwirth ... props (as Renee Donnenwirth)
Jean Marc Druais ... chief construction
Thomas Godelle ... chief construction
Charles Marty ... decorator
Louis Morand ... chief construction
Daniele Sauge Lagrange ... decorator (as Daniele Lagrange)
Philippe Sylvain ... props (as Philppe Silvain)
Dominique Treibert ... decoration assistant

Sound Department

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Michel Bensaïd ... sound assistant (as Michel Bensaid)
William Flageollet ... sound mixer
Daniel Gollety ... consultant: dolby sound
François Groult ... sound mixer
Dominique Hennequin ... sound mixer
Michel Klochendler ... dialogue editor
Françoise Lefèvre ... sound editor
Alain Lévy ... dubbing assistant
Jacques Lévy ... dubbing
Jérôme Lévy ... foley artist
Guy Maillet ... sound assistant
Gadou Naudin ... foley artist
Claire Pinheiro ... key sound editor (as Claire Pinheiro L'Heveder)
Guillaume Sciama ... sound

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Frederic Moreau ... optical effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Yves Angelo ... camera operator
Benoît Barbier ... still photographer
Patrick Bideault ... trainee camera operator
André Bouladoux ... key grip
Isabelle Casez ... trainee camera operator
Jean Guérif ... grip
Jean-Yves Le Poulain ... first assistant camera
André Nové ... chief electrician
Jean Onno ... grip
Eric Pezzali ... grip
Eric Wiser ... second assistant camera

Casting Department

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Pascale Béraud ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Olivier Borredou ... trainee costumer
Christine Brotts ... trainee costumer
Etienne Couleon ... costumer
Anne David ... costume supervisor
Jenny Doudson ... costume preparation
Claude Mabele ... trainee costumer
Gil Noir ... seamstress
Anne Pancreach ... trainee costumer
Hélène Robin ... seamstress
Marie-Cecile Wendling ... trainee costumer

Music Department

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Mark Berrow ... musician: violin
Michael Davis ... musician: first violin
William Flageollet ... music recording engineer
Nat Peck ... music coordinator
Harry Rabinowitz ... conductor
Gabriel Yared ... orchestrator

Transportation Department

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Gérard Beaume ... driver
Fernand Gatte ... driver

Other crew

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Jacqueline Benloulou ... production administrator
Sylvie François ... production secretary
Reine-Marie Paris ... consultant: Historic and Documentation
Chantal Quesmard ... assistant administrator
Hélène Sébillotte ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Biography of Camille Claudel. Sister of writer Paul Claudel, her enthusiasm impresses already-famous sculptor Auguste Rodin. He hires her as an assistant, but soon Camille begins to sculpt for herself and for Rodin. She also becomes his mistress. But after a while, she would like to get out of his shadow... Written by Yepok

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Also Known As
  • Camille Claudel - Violence et passion (France)
  • La pasión de Camille Claudel (Spain)
  • Bir kadin (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Camille Claudel - en kvinde (Denmark)
  • Камилла Клодель (Russia)
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  • 175 min
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Trivia A major scene in the movie depicts the announcement of the death of Victor Hugo. In The Story of Adele H (1975), Isabelle Adjani played Adèle Hugo, Victor Hugo's daughter who, like Camille Claudel, suffered from schizophrenia. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Always/Music Box/Born on the Fourth of July/Tango and Cash/Camille Claudel (1989). See more »
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Quotes Camille Claudel: [to Auguste Rodin] You stole it all! My youth, my work! Everything!
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