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Michèle O'Glor (scenario and dialogue) &
Jacques Rozier (scenario and dialogue)
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24 April 1963 (West Germany) See more »
Michel is a young technician in the fledgling TV industry and is due for military service in two months at the time of the Algerian War... See more » | Add synopsis »
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The jewel of the french Nouvelle Vague See more (5 total) »


  (in credits order)
Jean-Claude Aimini ... Michel Lambert
Daniel Descamps ... Daniel
Stefania Sabatini ... Juliette
Yveline Céry ... Liliane
Vittorio Caprioli ... Pachala
David Tonelli ... Horatio (as Davide Tonelli)
Annie Markhan ... Juliette (voice)
André Tarroux ... Régnier de l'Isle
Christian Longuet ... Christian
Michel Soyet ... André
Arlette Gilbert ... Madame Lambert - la mère de Michel
Maurice Garrel ... Monsieur Lambert - le père
Jeanne Pérez ... La voisine
Charles Lavialle ... Le voisin
Patricia Andrieux

Edmond Ardisson ... Le chef d'émission
Olivia Cletienne
Chouquette Deschamps ... La mère de Lilliane
Albert Benamou
Pietro Cortini
Mitzi Hahn ... Une starlette du roman-photo
Alain Douchin
Reine Marranne
Pierre Frag ... Dédé
Marianne Padovani ... Une des filles prises en voiture
Charles Lucciardi
Michèle Padovani ... Une des filles prises en voiture
Jean Lucchetti
M. Saratin
Lulu ... Le pêcheur corse
Nadine Staquet ... Une starlette du roman-photo
José Pantieri

Marco Perrin ... Le propriétaire du magasin
Maxime Saury ... Un musicien
Dominique Tozza

Jean-Claude Brialy ... Un comédien de l'émission de télévision 'Montserrat' (as Montserrat)
Robert Hirsch ... Un comédien de l'émission de télévision 'Montserrat' (as Montserrat)

Michel Piccoli ... Le comédien jouant 'Izquierdo' dans l'émission de télévision 'Montserrat' (as Montserrat)
Christiane Legrand ... Solistes - La chanteuse corse
Rudo Cardi ... Solistes - Le chanteur corse
Maguy Zanni ... Solistes - La chanteuse corse
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Les Fils du Ciel ... Le groupe musical
M. Sabatini
Jean-Christophe Averty ... Le metteur en scène de 'Jazz Memories' (uncredited)
Stellio Lorenzi ... Le réalisateur de télévision 'Montserrat' (uncredited)

Directed by
Jacques Rozier 
Writing credits
Michèle O'Glor (scenario and dialogue) &
Jacques Rozier (scenario and dialogue)

Produced by
Georges de Beauregard .... producer (uncredited)
Giulio Sbarigia .... producer (uncredited)
Giuseppe Valenzano .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Jacques Denjean 
Paul Mattei 
Maxime Saury 
Cinematography by
René Mathelin 
Film Editing by
Monique Bonnot 
Claude Durand 
Marc Pavaux 
Production Management
Georges de Beauregard .... production manager
Marcel Georges .... unit manager
Piero Vincencini .... assistant unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michel Cavillon .... second assistant director
Francis Cognany .... second assistant director (as Francis Cognani)
Gabriel Garran .... first assistant director
Philippe Laïk .... second assistant director
Sound Department
Maurice Laroche .... sound
Jacques Lebreton .... sound recordist
Jean Nény .... sound mixer
Louis Perrin .... sound engineer
Jean-Michel Pou-Dubois .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Albert Benamou .... assistant still photographer
Jean Boffety .... camera operator
Raymond Cauchetier .... still photographer
Christian Guillouet .... assistant camera
Editorial Department
James Aich .... assistant editor
Anne Baronnet .... assistant editor (as Annie Baronnet)
Claude Barrois .... assistant editor
Danièle Bornand .... assistant editor
Other crew
Nicole André .... trainee script
Bruna Drigo .... production administrator
Renée Kammerscheit .... script girl
Marin Karmitz .... production administrator
Nicole Tref .... trainee script
Peter Fleischmann .... supervisor: german dubbed version (uncredited)
Jacques Rozier .... supervisor: german dubbed version (uncredited)

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106 min
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Italian censorship visa # 44287 delivered on 11-12-1964.See more »
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13 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
The jewel of the french Nouvelle Vague, 1 September 2009
Author: jeanmarcboulard from Russian Federation

With A bout de Soufflé (and other Godard films), Adieu Philippine is in fact the only film that deserves the 'Nouvelle Vague' label term and that kept the promises of this generation, of a new way to approach cinema. (Truffaut looks very classical in comparison). A real liberation of the cinema's language : variation of feelings, tones (sentimental comedy, Algerian tragedy, boulevard, etc...) on the screen followed by variations of technique's shooting (television, improvisation, etc...), of montage or setting, a jubilating firework as an hymn to joy of life, imagination. For this and other points, Adieu Philippine has the role in French cinematography that in Italy Otto e mezzo may have played though in another way and much more secretly. Rarely characters have been given such importance, such vibration in every day's little things. The close-up on a young 'stupid' girl's despair dancing face to you is one of the numerous unforgettable moments of this still refreshing poem sometimes worried by the threat of death.

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