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With the natural splendour of Lac Léman as a back-drop, Le Mirage is the story of a woman who believes she can recapture her youth by rediscovering love... with no regard for the inescapable realities of life. Maria Tummler, still quite... See more »

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Maria Tümmler
Fabienne Babe ...
Anna Tümmler
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Edouard Tümmler
Véronique Silver ...
Jeanne
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Ken Keaton
Jean-Frédéric Ducasse ...
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Charles Siegel
Monique Perrilland
Thérèse Joly-Caran
Charles Elco
Emmanuel Gripon
Aline Pignier
Odette Lereboulet
Fanny Rousseau
Françoise Sage
Robert Favre
Charlotte De Foras
Alix De Foras
Inès Gaulis
Axelle Ekeland ...
Maria Tümmler (singingVoice)
Ezdildh Iche ...
Anna Tümmler (singingVoice)
Alexandra Hulin ...
Jeanne (singingVoice)

Directed by

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Jean-Claude Guiguet

Written by

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Thomas Mann ... (based on the novel "Die Betrogene" by)
 
Jean-Claude Guiguet ... (adaptation)
 
Sylvie Luneau ... (participation)
 
Jean-Claude Guiguet ... (screenplay and dialogue)

Produced by

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Raphaël Blanc ... producer
Ronald Brault ... executive producer
Artur Brauner ... producer
Henry Lange ... producer
Richard Sadler ... producer

Cinematography by

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Alain Levent ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jacques Gagné

Editorial Department

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Elisabeth Paquotte ... assistant editor

Set Decoration by

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Fernando De Brito
Xavier De Foras
Gérard Estéro

Costume Design by

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Monic Parelle

Makeup Department

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Nadine Bournazeau ... assistant makeup artist
Marie-Hélène Duguet ... key makeup artist
Jannick Roda ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Yann Grenier ... assistant unit manager
Denise Guillard ... assistant unit manager
Henri Lacombe ... production manager
Henry Lange ... production manager
France Renauld ... assistant production manager
Patrick Rieul ... unit manager
Dominique Sidoit ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ludwig Brunagel ... second assistant director
Marianne Neplaz ... second assistant director
Stephane Pelegri ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Fernando De Brito ... property master
Dora De Chevilly ... painter: Tümmler's living room paintings
Gérard Estéro ... property master

Sound Department

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Yvon Benoît ... sound recordist
Deborah Cramer ... assistant sound editor
Florence Moureaux ... sound editor
Francis Péloquin ... boom operator
Pierre Tessier ... sound mixing engineer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Blaise Bauquis ... key grip
Gérard Besner ... gaffer
Véronique Gauthier ... second assistant camera
Etienne George ... still photographer
Christian Jacquenod ... first assistant camera
Nicolas Meylan ... grip
Szuszanna Palat ... still photographer
Frédéric Pauly ... electrician
Yannick Sadler ... electrician

Music Department

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Axelle Ekeland ... dubbed singer: Mezzo contre-alto for Louise Marleau
Alexandra Hulin ... dubbed singer: Soprano for Véronique Silver
Ezildh Iche ... dubbed singer: Soprano for Fabienne Babe

Script and Continuity Department

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Françoise Grieu ... assistant script supervisor
Aline Lecomte ... script supervisor (as Aline Leconte)

Other crew

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André Bélanger ... production administrator
Ruth Charest ... assistant to producer
Monik Constantin ... production secretary
Claire Denat ... assistant production administrator
Albert Setton ... production administrator
Marylin Vezzani ... production secretary
Catherine Wilhelmy ... production secretary

Thanks

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Jacques Davila ... dedicatee
Sonia Rykiel ... thanks (as Madame Sonia Rykiel)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

With the natural splendour of Lac Léman as a back-drop, Le Mirage is the story of a woman who believes she can recapture her youth by rediscovering love... with no regard for the inescapable realities of life. Maria Tummler, still quite beautiful despite her fifty years, is suddenly possessed with a consuming passion for a young visiting American, a friend of her son. But neither Jeanne, her friend, nor Anna, her daughter and faithful confidante, have a right to know, even though the young girl can see the emotion in her mother's eyes and is delighted to witness the physical transformation seemingly taking place. Maria is prepared to live this miracle of resuscitated love to its very end, even as some signs of a strange physical weariness begin to invade her new-found sense of well-being. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Le rouge du couchant (France)
  • The Mirage (World-wide, English title)
Runtime
  • 100 min
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