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Gabriel Chevallier (novel)
Philippe Madral (scenario & adaptation and dialogue)
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6 April 2004 (Switzerland) See more »
In Clochemerle, a French village situated in the Beaujolais region, all the inhabitants are agog over... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu ... Barthélémy Piéchut - le maire
Jérôme Anger ... Girodot - le notaire
Jean-François Dérec ... Ernest Tafardel - l'instituteur et adjoint du maire
Éric Berger ... Oscar (as Eric Berger)
Eva Mazauric ... Judith Toumignon - la gérante des Galeries
Anne Le Ny ... Mademoiselle Putet - une punaise de sacristie
Franck Gourlat ... François - le pharmacien

Macha Méril ... La baronne Alphonsine de Courtebiche

Jean-Pierre Michael ... Le capitaine Tardivaux
Marc Citti ... Arthur
Karin Swenson ... Adèle

André Penvern ... Le curé Ponosse
Jean-Claude Bouillaud ... Le député Bourdillat
Petra Ledingdonova ... Rose

Michaela Badinková ... Estelle
Jan Santroch ... Claudius (as Jan Satroch)

Jakub Kohák ... Tatave - l'idiot du village

Karel Hábl ... Le comte
Jean Barney ... Luvelat - ministre de l'intérieur
Pierre Peyrichout ... Le préfet
Karel Polisenský ... L'archevêque
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Svoboda ... L'ancien combattant

Directed by
Daniel Losset 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gabriel Chevallier  novel
Philippe Madral  scenario & adaptation and dialogue

Produced by
Eddy Cherki .... producer
Patrick Meunier .... producer
Original Music by
Stéphane Moucha 
Cinematography by
Ervin Sanders 
Film Editing by
Hugues Orduna 
Production Design by
Tomás Moravec 
Olivier Paultre 
Costume Design by
Anjali Lenglet 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tomas Pavlacky .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Jean-Philippe Le Roux .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Ladislav Hruby .... first assistant camera
Miroslav Pavlik .... clapper loader
Music Department
Stéphane Moucha .... conductor
Transportation Department
Lada Vacik .... driver: camera car
Other crew
Marie-Christine Fall .... script supervisor

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France:100 min
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A welcome new version of a classic from France., 19 July 2006
Author: stanistreet from Ireland

I read "Clochmerle", Gabriel Chevalier's classic novel, more than forty years ago & loved it. It was achingly funny in a very French way - irreverent; very political - and I wondered how it might translate to the screen. Apart from Macha Meril, the cast is wholly unknown to me, but the acting is universally of a high standard & the absurdity of a Government almost crashing - because of the building of a Vespasienne in the Beaujolais & siting it beside the local church - is well paced, never descending into "Carry On" farce. It keeps to the original in a scrupulous fashion & retains the wonderful sense of period - 1923. I would award it a 9.

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