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An absolute dada movie. Somebody gets killed, his coffin gets out of control and after a chase it stops. The person gets out of it and let everybody who followed the coffin dissapear.

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Jean Börlin ...
Le chasseur au chapeau tyrolien / Le prestidigitateur
Inge Frïss ...
La ballerine (as Mlle Frïss)
Francis Picabia ...
Un homme qui charge le canon
Marcel Duchamp ...
Un joueur d'échecs
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Un joueur d'échecs (as Man-Ray)
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Darius Milhaud
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Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Georges Auric ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Georges Charensol ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Georges Lacombe ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Roger Le Bon ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Jean Mamy ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Rolf de Maré ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Erik Satie ...
Un homme qui charge le canon (uncredited)
Pierre Scize ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)
Louis Touchages ...
Un homme qui suit le corbillard (uncredited)

Directed by

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René Clair

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Francis Picabia ... (screenplay)
 
René Clair ... (adaptation and screenplay)

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Rolf de Maré ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Erik Satie

Cinematography by

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Jimmy Berliet

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R. Caillaud ... assistant director
Georges Lacombe ... assistant director (as G. Lacombe)

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Henri Sauguet ... orchestrator
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Plot Summary

An absolute surrealistic movie. Somebody gets killed, his coffin gets out of control and after a surrelistic chase it stops. The person gets out of it and let everybody who followed the coffin disapear. Written by Stephan Eichenberg

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Also Known As
  • Entreacto (Spain)
  • Entreato (Brazil)
  • Antract (Romania)
  • Antrakt (Poland)
  • Intermezzo (Italy)
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  • 22 min
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Trivia The ballet Relâche was performed for the first time at the Théâtre des Champs Elyseés in 1924. It is based on a book and with settings by Francis Picabia, a ballet in two acts commissioned and staged by the Ballets Suédois of Rolf de Maré, choreography by Jean Borlin. This film was shown between the two acts, with music by Erik Satie. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Fuga a più voci (1972). See more »

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