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Release Date:
27 February 2002 (Belgium) See more »
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Tagline:
It Was The Beginning Of The End Of Innocence.
Plot:
Louise Créteur's husband dies on the Titanic trying to emigrate, so she must leave their boy Lucien... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 win & 4 nominations See more »
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A confusing little romance set in pre-WWI Paris See more (12 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Julie Delpy ... Louise Créteur

Shaun Dingwall ... Richard Grünewald

Harriet Walter ... Olive Burrell

Shirley Henderson ... Ella

Timothy West ... Hugh Burrell

Frank Vercruyssen ... Aasgaard
Toni Barry ... Mrs. Bunny Wimhurst

Jan Decleir ... Monsieur Brizard
Dora van der Groen ... Mrs. Gendron
Albert Delpy ... Antoine Créteur
Stéphane Excoffier ... Jeanne de Keros

Rifka Lodeizen ... Radsky

Halina Reijn ... Natsje
Maya van den Broecke ... Anna Kuprinski
Gary Whelan ... Mr. O'Connor
Alfredo Pea ... Mr. Craxi
John Dobrynine ... Eustache Lejeune
Simon Chefnourry ... Lucien
Jean Hayet ... Maurice
Michel Franssen ... Bernard
Michel Jurowicz ... Bellboy
Fred Van Kuyk ... Compére
Phil Kaizer ... German officer
Chris Anthony ... Postman
Léo Dherte ... Newspaperboy
Malkiel Golomb ... Newspaperboy
François Brice ... Waiter
Peter van den Eede ... Le Pétomane
Bernard Marbaix ... Mr. Perret
Philippe Vincent ... Conductor
De Nieuwe Snaar ... Orchestra

Directed by
Frank Van Passel 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christophe Dirickx 
Willem Elsschot  novel
Frank Van Passel 

Produced by
Julie Baines .... co-producer
Wilfried Depeweg .... associate producer
Dirk Impens .... producer
Jason Newmark .... associate producer
Jani Thiltges .... associate producer
Els Vandevorst .... co-producer (as Els Van De Vorst)
Rudy Verzyck .... producer
Claude Waringo .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Paul M. van Brugge 
 
Cinematography by
Jan Vancaillie 
 
Film Editing by
Ludo Troch 
Karin Vaerenberg 
 
Casting by
Gerda Diddens 
Job Gosschalk 
Emma Style 
 
Production Design by
Willem Klewais 
 
Art Direction by
Johan Van Essche 
 
Set Decoration by
Hendrik Van Kets 
 
Costume Design by
Marianne Agertoft 
Kristin Van Passel 
 
Makeup Department
Marco Chiodi .... makeup artist
Christine De Keukelaere .... makeup artist
Frank Declercq .... makeup artist
Cathy Folmer .... makeup artist
Frank Hard .... makeup artist
Mariël Hoevenaars .... hair designer (as Mariël Hoevenaers)
Mariël Hoevenaars .... makeup designer (as Mariël Hoevenaers)
Ineke Ramakers .... makeup artist
Ghislaine Soisson .... makeup artist
Wendy Van De Cruys .... makeup artist
Ingeborg Van Eetvelde .... hair designer
Ingeborg Van Eetvelde .... makeup designer
Annemie Van Haverbeke .... makeup artist
Frank Van Wolleghem .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Fons Feyaerts .... assistant director
Valentina Katina-Chistova .... assistant director (as Valentina Katina)
Valérie Schiel .... assistant director
Eddy Stevesyns .... assistant director
Martine Temmerman .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Lieven Baes .... drawings and paintings
Douglas Boswell .... set dresser
Sven Haerden .... painter
Edouard Pallardy .... painter decorator
 
Sound Department
Dirk Bombey .... boom operator
Peter Flamman .... sound designer
Peter Flamman .... sound
Philippe Kohn .... second boom operator
Orm Sobrino .... sound editor
Carlo Thoss .... sound engineer
Willem van den Berg .... mixing engineer
Willem van den Berg .... recording engineer
Wart Wamsteker .... sound editor
Wart Wamsteker .... sound effects
 
Special Effects by
Olivier de Laveleye .... special effects
Marie Pierre Franck .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Yves Delforge .... visual effects
Michel Denis .... visual effects producer
Matthias Huret .... visual effects
Francis Schmets .... visual effects
Ann Vandenbussche .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Roland Goddijn .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Graham Johnston .... second assistant camera
Jean-Paul Kieffer .... still photographer
Wim Temmerman .... electrician
Benoît Theunissen .... steadicam operator
Stéphane Thiry .... key grip
Dirk Van Rampelbergh .... electrician
Yves Vandermeeren .... camera operator
Christophe Vanhoutte .... electrician
 
Editorial Department
Petro van Leeuwen .... color timer
 
Transportation Department
Joe Kotroczo .... driver
 
Other crew
Patrick Blocman .... location runner
Tamara Degrève .... production intern
Joe Kotroczo .... production assistant
Ragna Arny Larusdottir .... production coordinator
Claude Ludovicy .... location manager
Beatrice Pettovich .... assistant location manager
Raf Reyntjens .... set location manager
Sofie Tusschans .... location manager
Peter Van den Borre .... location manager
Kim Wyns .... location manager
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for thematic elements including an abortion scene, some sexuality, brief strong language and nudity
Runtime:
118 min | Belgium:120 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Some old panoramic postcards were used to turn into live images.See more »

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6 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
A confusing little romance set in pre-WWI Paris, 10 May 2006
Author: jfm-12 (jfm@nts-online.net) from Abilene, West Texas, USA

I watched the movie on DVD for the very first time yesterday, 2006-5-9. The movie seemed disjointed and confusing to me at times, and just did not sustain my interest (I paused it twice to check my e-mail). Mlle. Delpy was absolutely brilliant in two separate scenes with Dingwall: in the park and at the railroad station; these two scenes saved this movie for me. None of the other performers seemed too greatly inspired in their roles. Delpy was emotive, captivating, and with perfect dialogue throughout. Also on the positive side, I thought that the decoration of the scenes was well done, most remarkably the opening scene of the German infantry in the trench and then later the scene of the locomotives and the passenger coach at the railroad station. The picture post cards were very intriguing, with a real feel of the art of the period. I blame the root problems with this movie with one or more of the following: the director, the screenwriter or the editor. Watch this movie, if you are a J. Delpy fan ... pass on it, if you are not.

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