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Out 1: Spectre (1972)

A shorter version of Out 1 (1971), however some of the omitted scenes of the long version are included.

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Jacques Rivette
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Credited cast:
Pierre Baillot Pierre Baillot ... Quentin
Gilette Barbier ... La propriétaire
Jean-Pierre Bastid Jean-Pierre Bastid ... Le premier truand
Juliet Berto ... Frédérique
Michel Berto Michel Berto ... Honeymoon
René Biaggi René Biaggi ... Chaussette
Ode Bitton Ode Bitton ... Iris
Jean Bouise ... Warok
Marcel Bozonnet Marcel Bozonnet ... Arsenal / Nicolas / Papa / Téo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michel Delahaye ... L'homme sur la terasse
Jacques Doniol-Valcroze Jacques Doniol-Valcroze ... Etienne
Françoise Fabian ... Lucie
Hermine Karagheuz Hermine Karagheuz ... Marie
Bernadette Lafont ... Sarah
Michael Lonsdale ... Thomas
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A shorter version of Out 1 (1971), however some of the omitted scenes of the long version are included.

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Comedy | Drama | Thriller

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Originally produced as Out 1 (1971) with a running time of 13 hours. Later edited to 4 1/2 hours and retitled for general release. See more »

Alternate Versions

This is edited, rearranged version of 'Out 1 (1970)_' . See more »

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Edited from Out 1 (1971) See more »

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La Beauté est dans la Rue, la version deux
4 April 2017 | by Zbigniew_KrycsiwikiSee all my reviews

I travelled to the IFC Centre in New York just to see this one, as the full version is a favourite of mine, but I have never seen the short(er) version, and couldn't miss this opportunity.

Jacques Rivette's re interpretation of his own thirteen hours long, Out 1, changing the sequence of events, omitting much of the humour, bringing its loose plot threads into a (slightly) more tight (alternative) form, losing the episode breaks, also losing some of its cinema verite/ documentary feel, and focusing more on Michael Lonsdale's character, making him more dominant than before. Also featured are a couple of scenes omitted from the thirteen hours long cut, as these intensely creative characters search for sinister meaning in coincidences​, in post May 1968 Paris (which, as with the longer cut, the city, in and of itself, becomes a character in the plot). I highly recommend both the original thirteen hours long version, as well as this less long, four and a half hours long cut, especially if you have the opportunity to see it in a cinema.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

27 March 1974 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Out One See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

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Sunchild Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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