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De bruit et de fureur (1988)

This drama depicts the misery of neglected children in big cities. 13 years old Bruno is of a good family, but since the death of his grandmother he spends most of his time alone, in a ... See full summary »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bruno Cremer ... Marcel
François Négret François Négret ... Jean-Roger
Vincent Gasperitsch Vincent Gasperitsch ... Bruno
Fabienne Babe Fabienne Babe ... Enseignante
María Luisa García ... Apparition (as Lisa Hérédia)
Fejria Deliba Fejria Deliba ... Mina
Thierry Helene Thierry Helene ... Thierry
Sandrine Arnault Sandrine Arnault ... Fille Marcel
Victoire Buff Victoire Buff ... Amie Thierry
Françoise Vatel Françoise Vatel ... Mere Jean-Roger
Albert Montias Albert Montias ... Frère de Marcel
Lucien Plazanet Lucien Plazanet ... Un voisin
Antonio García Antonio García ... Grand-père
Antoine Fontaine Antoine Fontaine ... Principal ecole
Luc Ponette Luc Ponette ... Sous-directeur ecole
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Storyline

This drama depicts the misery of neglected children in big cities. 13 years old Bruno is of a good family, but since the death of his grandmother he spends most of his time alone, in a phantasy world, while his mother is away at work. But then he befriends the violent Jean-Roger, who's from a severely disturbed family, where nobody cares what he's doing. In school Jean-Roger drives their teacher into despair just for fun. To separate the two boys, she starts to stimulate Bruno's interests by giving him extra lessons. When Jean-Roger fears loosing his one and only friend, he becomes even more aggressive. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

1 June 1988 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

De Barulho e de Fúria See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Cinema According to Brisseau (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Retour à Paris
Music by Charles Trenet
Lyrics by Charles Trenet
Performed by Charles Trenet
Available on EMI Pathe Marconi
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A Film that proves that money is not the only answer to great movie-making!
28 May 2005 | by RecTumBenSee all my reviews

The first time I saw this movie it was on Télé-Québec (Provincial owned TV station) a couple of year ago at 23h00 pm (it was the late night movie) and I was amazed by it! The story is so sad but real. The character are beautiful...And the end is a must see. If you know the Bérurier Noir (A french punk-rock band) you should listen to Sur les toits and Vive le feu before watching this movie! It will put you in the right state of mind!!! After the presentation (with no ads!) I sat on my bed and said to myself: F*** how is it possible! How where they able to show this explicit hardcore, noir, avant-garde full reality movie on national television! (it was the first and only time I saw it as well, somebody probably got fired for that!) If only I had known back then I would have pressed record on my f***** VCR. Nowadays, there's no DVD version of it and to get it new on VHS it cost about 150 Euros!!! In short : It's a very well made no-budget movie that have inspired modern movie such as : Ma 6 - T va Crak-er and La haine Thanx RTB


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