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7 February 2008 (France) See more »
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Directed by
Jacques Weber 
Writing credits
Beaumarchais (plays "Le Barbier de Séville", "Le Marige de Figaro ou la Folle Journée" and "L'Autre Tartuffe ou la Mère Coupable")

Cinematography by
Dominique Colin 
Film Editing by
Anne-Marie Lhote 
Makeup Department
Véronique Boitout .... key hair stylist
Ghislaine Nejjar .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Claude Guymont .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Valérie Aragües .... first assistant director
Valérie Tristan .... second assistant director
Art Department
Loïc Cascarino .... property master
Delphine Chollet .... assistant art director
Bernon Sebastien .... ripper
Sound Department
Toni Di Rocco .... foley recording mixer
François Maurel .... sound mixer
Fred Messa .... boom operator
Mathieu Villien .... second sound assistant
Camera and Electrical Department
Olivier Berquet .... gaffer
Franck-Norman Bihi .... electrician
Maya Coutouzis .... second assistant camera
Bertrand Etienne .... assistant camera
Sophie Moulin .... additional grip
Galatae Politis .... first assistant camera
Jean-Mary Vodoz .... grip
Philippe Wegiel .... electrician
Editorial Department
Carine Manicastri .... assistant editor
Other crew
Delphine Berroyer .... production assistant
Claude Luquet .... script supervisor

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Ecstasy and decay., 18 December 2009
Author: R. Ignacio Litardo ( from Capital, Buenos Aires, Argentina

A strange way of filming a classic, "Figaro" succeeds at least in showing us how people lived back, then, their refinement and idiocy, and how some things remain the same, regardless of age. If you've seen "Cosi fan tutte", this TV film uses the same resource at probably the only really dramatic scene in the whole movie. At least this time women aren't the guilty party. What I found most interesting is how the same people ... change. We see Jacques Weber using Figaro's genie to get Comtesse Almaviva, only to want younger Suzanne 5 years later. And 20 years from now... Figaro's perfect marriage ... The way both couples look, how they do "not communicate" is only funny because if we see it in others, dismay is almost funny. Had we the foresight to see ourselves as we witness these universal characters, what would we do?

Writer and director Weber stands out from this stellar cast (what a voice!), also ethereal Isabelle Adjani and a perfect "Figaro". Suzanne is OK, as is Chérubin, who also did some Christie in his budding career. And happens to be Weber's son!

The epoch, dresses, palace (!) and language are realistic, like only the French can do so naturally.

Watch it with some patience, for after the 2/3rds part of the film, things start to get going.

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