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It's late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe comes home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he builds a small house in his garden into... See more »

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Monsieur de Sainte Colombe
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Marin Marais
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Madeleine
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Young Marin Marais
Carole Richert ...
Toinette
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Baugin
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Abbe Mathieu
Yves Gasc ...
Caignet
Yves Lambrecht ...
Charbonnières
Jean-Marie Poirier ...
Monsieur de Bures
Myriam Boyer ...
Guignotte
Violaine Lacroix ...
Young Madeleine
Nadège Teron ...
Young Toinette
Caroline Silhol ...
Mme. de Sainte Colombe (as Caroline Sihol)
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Brunet (voice)
Yves Gourvil ...
Lequieu (voice)

Directed by

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Alain Corneau

Written by

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Pascal Quignard ... (based on the novel by)
 
Alain Corneau ... (adaptation) and
Pascal Quignard ... (adaptation)
 
Pascal Quignard ... (dialogue)

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Raphaël Berdugo ... co-producer
Jean-Louis Livi ... producer
Bernard Marescot ... executive producer

Music by

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Jordi Savall

Cinematography by

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Yves Angelo

Film Editing by

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Marie-Josèphe Yoyotte

Editorial Department

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Emmanuelle Lalande ... assistant editor
Éric LeGarçon ... assistant editor
Florence Ricard ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Bernard Vézat

Set Decoration by

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Françoise Doré

Costume Design by

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Corinne Jorry

Makeup Department

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Jean-Pierre Berroyer ... hair stylist
Marianne Collette ... assistant makeup artist
Jean-Pierre Eychenne ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Gilles Loutfi ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jérôme Navarro ... assistant director
Hiromi Rollin ... assistant director

Art Department

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Jean Marc Druais ... assistant art director
Thomas Godelle ... construction coordinator
Jean Gouttebaron ... carpenter
Daniele Sauge Lagrange ... assistant art director (as Daniele Lagrange)
Raymond Schmidt ... painter

Sound Department

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Bernard Chaumeil ... boom operator
Pierre Gamet ... sound
Gérard Lamps ... re-recording mixer
Anne Le Campion ... sound mixer
François Lepeuple ... foley artist
Laurent Lévy ... foley artist

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Jérôme Henry Team ... stunts (as Jerome Henry)

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Benoît Barbier ... still photographer
Alain Bolle ... camera operator
Laurent Fleutot ... camera operator
Gil Fontbonne ... key grip
Jean-Yves Freess ... grip
Jean-Michel Gageat ... electrician
Michel Lefrançois ... electrician (as Michel LeFrançois)
Richard Melloul ... still photographer
Denis Moncel ... electrician
Luc Roux ... still photographer
Richard Vidal ... electrician

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Pascale Béraud ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Gil Noir ... costumer
Hélène Robin ... costumer

Location Management

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Jean Cirla ... location manager
Valérie Leblanc ... location manager
Alexandre Putman ... location manager

Music Department

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Jean-Louis Charbonnier ... music consultant
Christophe Coin ... musician: viola da gamba
Le Concert des Nations ... musicians
Montserrat Figueras ... performer: soprano
Jéôme Hantaï ... performed by: Viole de gambe
Pierre Hantaï ... performed by: Clavecin et orgue
Maria-Cristina Kiehr ... performer: soprano
Paul Lavergne ... soundtrack album producer
Rolf Lislevand ... musician: theorbe
Jordi Savall ... conductor / musician: viola da gamba
Pierre Verany ... music recording producer

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Claude Davy ... press relations
Jean-Christophe Hedier ... press relations
Hélène Sébillotte ... script supervisor (as Helen Othnin-Girard)

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Plot Summary

It's late 17th century. The viola da gamba player Monsieur de Sainte Colombe comes home to find that his wife died while he was away. In his grief he builds a small house in his garden into which he moves to dedicate his life to music and his two young daughters Madeleine and Toinette, avoiding the outside world. Rumor about him and his music is widespread, and even reaches to the court of Louis XIV, who wants him at his court in Lully's orchestra, but Monsieur de Sainte Colombe refuses. One day a young man, Marin Marais, comes to see him with a request, he wants to be taught how to play the viola. Written by Daniel Bjoerkman

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Also Known As
  • All the Mornings of the World (United States)
  • All the Mornings of the World (World-wide, English title)
  • Tous les Matins du Monde (United Kingdom)
  • Die siebente Saite (Germany)
  • Todas las mañanas del mundo (Spain)
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  • 115 min
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Trivia The soundtrack album of Baroque music outsold Michael Jackson, upon its release in France, and outsold Madonna upon its release in the United States. See more »
Goofs Throughout the film the music-making is very poorly mimed. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in England, My England (1995). See more »
Soundtracks Les pleurs See more »
Quotes [last lines]
[in French, using English subtitles]
Monsieur de Sainte Colombe: I'm proud to have been your teacher. Please play me the air my daughter loved.
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