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The Jeweller's Shop ()

La bottega dell'orefice (original title)
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The Jeweller sells wedding rings to a young couple and teaches them some precious truths about the meaning of love and marriage. He also helps another couple fight for their troubled... See more »

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The Jeweller
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Father Adam
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Stephane
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André
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Thérèse
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Anna
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Monica
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Christophe
Francesca Bregni ...
Liliana
Alessandra Casella ...
Christina
Gianluigi Ghione ...
Jurek
Philippe Lasry ...
Polish Conductor
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Conductor
Isabel Schiffmacker ...
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Brigitte Vauclair ...
Nurse
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Mark
Mathew Machay ...
John
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Dr. Robert
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Resident 2 (as Alexander Poch-Goldin)
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Hockey Player (as Teddy Lee Dillon)
Antoine Mikola ...
Man in theCar
Nicholas Kilbertus ...
Man in Cafe
Martine Aubin ...
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Sabrina Boudot ...
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Carol Eby ...
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Patricia Maybury ...
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Jacynthe Normandeau ...
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Carole Olaechea ...
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Mathilde Rompré ...
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Ananda Ross-Nutt ...
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Eleanor Sande ...
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Jacqueline Sloan ...
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Hope Terry ...
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Iris Van Wirbum ...
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Directed by

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Michael Anderson

Written by

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Pope John Paul II ... (play) (as Karol Wojtyla)
 
Jeff Andrus ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Mario Bregni ... producer
Pietro Bregni ... producer
Roberta Cadringher ... delegate producer / producer: RAI
Giuseppe Cecconi ... associate producer
Mario di Nardo ... associate producer
Philippe Rebboah ... delegate producer: France

Music by

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Michel Legrand

Cinematography by

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Franco Di Giacomo

Film Editing by

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Ron Wisman

Casting By

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Lynn Stalmaster

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Luciano Calosso
Earl G. Preston

Costume Design by

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Nadia Vitali

Makeup Department

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Alberto Blasi ... makeup artist
Paolo Borselli ... key hair stylist
Giorgio Gregorini ... hair stylist
Luigi Rocchetti ... head makeup artist
Nathalie Trépanier ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Teodoro Corrà ... production manager (as Teodoro Agrimi)
Vittorio Noia ... unit manager
Jacob Potashnik ... unit manager: Canada
Danny Rossner ... production manager: Canada
H. Gordon Woodside ... post-production supervisor

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Louis Bolduc ... second assistant director: Canada
Carlo U. Quinterio ... first assistant director
Blair Roth ... first assistant director: Canada

Art Department

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Eraldo Barbona ... property master
Claude Charbonneau ... property master: Canada
Henri Gagnon ... props: Canada
Paola Giulianetti ... art director: Europa
Simon La Haye ... set dresser: Canada
Sasha Sergejewski ... swing gang
Krista Steeves ... first assistant art director: Canada

Sound Department

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Valerio Garzia ... boom operator
Joe Grimaldi ... re-recording mixer
Sal Grimaldi ... re-recording mixer
Jean-Pierre Halbwachs ... sound
Viateur Paiement ... foley artist / sound effects editor
Thierry Rousseau ... first sound assistant
Tom Ruff ... adr mixer
Michel Vionnet ... sound

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Louis Craig ... special effects: Canada

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alessandro Chiara ... first assistant camera
Duccio Cimatti ... second assistant camera (as Guido Cimatti)
Enrico Lucidi ... camera operator
Gérard Lyon ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Guy Cloutier ... key dresser: Canada
Louise Dubé ... extras dresser
Sylvie Krasker ... costume supervisor: Canada

Location Management

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Joe Barzo ... location scout
Glendon Light ... location manager: Canada
Bernard Mercier ... location manager: Canada

Transportation Department

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Don Stenstrom ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Jacques Bournival ... art advisor: Canada
Owen Coughlan ... production secretary: Canada
Anna Koppman Crean ... dialogue coach
Diane Côté ... assistant accountant: Canada
Steven DeNure ... production assistant: Canada
Bruno Di Bartolomei ... production accountant
Aleck Duncan ... unit production assistant: Canada
Cynde Harmon ... production accountant: Canada
Denis Lemire ... first assistant set manager: Canada
Aldo Mafera ... title designer
Laura Mazza ... production coordinator: Europa
Linda Nadler ... production coordinator: Canada
Susan Schneir ... production assistant: Canada
Fern Slawson ... assistant coordinator: Canada
Janusz St. Pasierb ... advisor: literary
Richard Tassé ... set manager: Canada
Vivalda Vigorelli ... script supervisor

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Also Known As
  • Der Laden des Goldschmieds (Austria)
  • Der Laden des Goldschmieds (West Germany)
  • La boutique de l'orfèvre (Canada, French title)
  • The Jeweller's Shop (United States)
  • Bonds of Love (United Kingdom)
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  • 88 min
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Trivia The premiere was held in the Paul VI Hall at the Vatican. See more »
Quotes The Jeweller: The weight of these gold rings is not the weight of metal, but the proper weight of man. Man's own weight. Yes, the proper weight of man. It's the weight of constant gravity, riveted to a short flight. Freedom and frenzy trapped in a tangle. And in that tangle, in that weight which at the same time is heavy and intangible, there is love - love which springs from freedom, like water from a rift in the earth. So tell me, my young friend, what is the proper weight of man?
André: I don't know.
The Jeweller: Man is not transparent. He's not monumental. He's certainly not simple. As a matter of fact, he's rather poor. Now, that's alright for one man, maybe two. But what about four or six, or a hundred or a million? If we took everyone on Earth and multiplied their weakness by their greatness, we'd have the product of humanity, of human life.
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