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The Château
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16 January 2002 (France) See more »
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Two brothers go to France to claim the chateau they have inherited. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Sylvie Testud ... Isabelle
Benjamin Tessier ... Sebastien

Philippe Nahon ... Pierre
Marie Verdi ... Sabine
Didier Flamand ... Jean

Paul Rudd ... Graham Granville

Romany Malco ... Allen 'Rex' Granville
Nathalie Jouen ... Real Estate Agent
James Lyons ... First Family of Buyers (as Jim Lyons)

Pierre Michaud ... First Family of Buyers
Christian Marti ... Second Family of Buyers
Marina Girand ... Second Family of Buyers
Jonathan Grosskopf ... Second Family of Buyers
Alexis Grosskopf ... Second Family of Buyers
Adèle Grosskopf ... Second Family of Buyers
Laura Grosskopf ... Second Family of Buyers

Donal Logue ... Sonny
Marie Girard ... Sonny's Girlfriend
Estelle Sobelman ... Estelle Kushtar
Timothée Verrechia ... French Train Announcer (voice)
Jon Penagarikano ... Spanish Train Announcer (voice)

Directed by
Jesse Peretz 
 
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Thomas Bidegain  idea
Jesse Peretz 

Produced by
Dolly Hall .... executive producer
Scott Macaulay .... producer
Robin O'Hara .... producer
John Penotti .... executive producer
Fisher Stevens .... executive producer
Bradley Yonover .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Patrik Bartosch 
Nathan Larson 
Nina Persson 
 
Cinematography by
Tom Richmond 
 
Film Editing by
Steve Hamilton 
James Lyons 
 
Casting by
Antoinette Boulat 
 
Production Design by
Christian Marti 
 
Set Decoration by
Ann Chakraverty 
 
Costume Design by
Nathalie du Roscoat 
 
Production Management
Chris Uettwiller .... executive in charge of production: GreeneStreet
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dominique Delany .... first assistant director
Cédric Thomas .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Ethan Beigel .... foley mixer for m&e
David Briggs .... foley editor
Steve Bron .... sound
Anguibe Guindo .... boom operator
Eric Rolnick .... foley mixer
Noah Timan .... production sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Pierre Michaud .... best boy electric
Mathieu Szpiro .... gaffer
Erin Wile .... second camera operator
 
Other crew
Jannu Goldschmidt .... creative consultant
Andrew Marcus .... assistant to producer (as Andrew B. Marcus)
Alex Panagakis .... publicist
Tim Williams .... executive: GreeneStreet Films
 
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Daryl Hannah .... thanks
 

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Rated R for strong language
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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
wry and comic film touches several genres, 16 August 2001
Author: BronxvilleFilmFan from Bronxville, NY

Paul Ruud is hysterical in "The Chateau," a largely improvised indie feature filmed in France. The film is very comic--almost sit-com-ish-- but also borrows liberally from the romance and drama genres, too. It's a fun movie that's perhaps most perfect for a date or a "night in" cuddling on the couch; also a very good film to watch with friends who are sick of your standard studio fare...

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