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France, 1815. After his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon heads for exile. Royalists occupy Paris and attempt to restore the monarchy. However, the battle doesn't seem to be over. On July 6,... See more »

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Chateaubriand (voice)
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Fouché
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Talleyrand
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Jacques
Yann Collette ...
Jean
Stéphane Jobert ...
Carême
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La duchesse de Dino
Lionel Vitrant ...
L'homme à la torche
Alexandre Brasseur ...
Le premier badaud
Didier Cauchy ...
Le second badaud
Jean-Luc Bourre ...
Musicien
Bernard Cazauran ...
Musicien
Jean Dupouy ...
Musicien
Gilles Henry ...
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Alain Moglia ...
Musicien
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Serge Delanoue ...
Manifestant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Édouard Molinaro

Written by

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Jean-Claude Brisville ... (play)
 
Jean-Claude Brisville ... (adaptation) &
Yves Rousset-Rouard ... (adaptation) &
Édouard Molinaro ... (adaptation)

Produced by

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Yves Rousset-Rouard ... producer

Music by

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Vladimir Cosma

Cinematography by

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Michael Epp

Film Editing by

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Annick Rousset-Rouard

Editorial Department

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Patrick Delamotte ... color timer
Jean Dubreuil ... assistant editor
Christian Phan-Trong-Tuan ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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François de Lamothe

Costume Design by

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Sylvie de Segonzac

Makeup Department

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Anny Arguedas ... hair stylist
Cédric Chami ... key hair stylist
Nicole Chaubet ... hair stylist
Monique Granier ... makeup artist
Patricia Iva ... hair stylist
Sophie Landry ... head makeup artist
Nadia Laurent ... makeup artist
Viviane Michel-Duffau ... hair stylist (as Viviane Michel)
Patricia Vivier ... makeup artist
Catherine Vrignaud ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Dominique-Claire Andrieu ... unit manager
Philippe Schwartz ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Alexandre Brasseur ... assistant director
Catherine Canton ... assistant director
Pascale Franck ... assistant director
Catherine Molinaro ... first assistant director
Grégory Rousset-Rouard ... assistant director

Art Department

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Paul Bastide ... head painter
Albert Carigi ... construction coordinator
Marc Chauviret ... dressing props
Nady Chauviret ... set dresser
Jean Colin ... props
Michel Coutellier ... painter
Jean-Paul Darigo ... painter
Guy Issaly ... construction coordinator
Jean-Louis Laher ... props
Jean-Pierre Leau ... upholsterer
Lucienne Leau ... upholsterer
Jean-Paul Louvet ... dressing props
Jean-Claude Niquet ... painter
Clementine Terramorsi ... props

Sound Department

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Joël Beldent ... post-synchronisation
Jean-Marie Blondel ... first assistant sound
Daniel Brisseau ... sound
Saveria Deloire ... sound editor
Jack Jullian ... foley artist (as Jack Jullian-Gaufres)
Jean-Pierre Lelong ... sound effects
Jean-Paul Loublier ... sound mixer
Mario Melchiorri ... foley artist
Frédéric Pardon ... assistant sound
Sandrine Plaud ... assistant sound editor

Special Effects by

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Christophe Messaoudi ... special effects

Stunts

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Joëlle Baland ... stunt performer
Jean-Claude Braquet ... stunt performer
Jean Gouello ... stunt performer
Philippe Guégan ... stunt performer
Mario Luraschi ... stunt coordinator
Pascal Madura ... stunt performer
Leslie Rain ... stunt performer (as Leslie Goranson)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jean-Pierre Blanc ... first assistant camera
Robert Coret ... key grip
Jean-Philippe Desfarges ... electrician
Michael Epp ... camera operator
Aldo Fasolo ... electrician
Alain Fillon ... gaffer
Marc Lambert ... electrician
Sylvain Legrand ... still photographer
Jacques Monge ... camera operator: second unit
Alexandre Monnier ... second assistant camera
Raphaël Mulard ... second assistant camera
Eric Pezzali ... grip
Bruno Roza ... grip

Casting Department

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France Arnaud ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jacques Beaujoin ... costumer
Danielle Laffargue ... wardrobe
Agnès Le Corre ... costumer
Marianne Mangene ... wardrobe assistant

Music Department

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Quatuor Athenaeum Enesco ... musician (as Athenum Enesco)
Vladimir Cosma ... conductor
Nicole Salinger ... music consultant

Other crew

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Colette Brun ... production assistant
Marie-José Di Tullio ... press attache (as Marie-Josée Di Tullio)
Danielle Foatelli ... production accountant
Sophie Hennard ... production secretary (as Sophie Hennard-Huitorel)
Marie-Florence Roncayolo ... script supervisor
Anne Ropars ... assistant press attache
Alexis Rousset-Rouard ... production assistant

Thanks

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Jerzy Lukaszewski ... thanks (as M. l'Ambassadeur Jerzy Lukaszewski)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

France, 1815. After his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon heads for exile. Royalists occupy Paris and attempt to restore the monarchy. However, the battle doesn't seem to be over. On July 6, Talleyrand, a shrewd politician of flexible convictions, invites chief of police and zealous revolutionary Fouché to supper and tries to convince him to serve the king. Over the meal they insult each other, accuse each other, and, at first sight, look like mortal enemies. But they definitely have one thing in common: they are both power-hungry. Written by Polly_Kat

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Taglines Le vice au bras du crime. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ein Abendessen mit dem Teufel (Germany)
  • A hercegi vacsora (Hungary)
  • Kolacja (Poland)
  • The Supper
  • A cena con il diavolo (Italy)
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  • 90 min
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Movie Connections Featured in Brasseur, père et fils (2011). See more »
Soundtracks Extraits des 1er et 2ème quatuor See more »

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