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Justinien Trouvé, ou le bâtard de Dieu (1993)

Young Justinien, aka Cyrano-Nose-The-Less, born in 1683, leaves his adoptive parents to join a monastery, only to live a series of misadventures through which he will learn the secrets of his birth.

Director:

Christian Fechner

Writers:

Christian Fechner, Michel Folco (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pierre-Olivier Mornas Pierre-Olivier Mornas ... Justinien
Ticky Holgado ... Beaulouis
Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu ... Martin Coutouly
Bernard Haller ... Le juge Cressayet / Judge Cressayet
Patrice Valota Patrice Valota ... Le baron Raoul
Didier Pain Didier Pain ... Le prévôt
Roland Blanche Roland Blanche ... Galine
Zouc Zouc ... Laragne-Garou
Valérie Stroh Valérie Stroh ... Dame Eglantine
Chick Ortega Chick Ortega ... Baldo Cabanon
Maurice Barrier ... Vitou Calamar
Eva Soussana Eva Soussana ... Mouchette
Kathy Kriegel Kathy Kriegel ... Epoinie Coutouly
Maxime Leroux Maxime Leroux ... Le capitaine milicien
Bernard Farcy ... Biensobre
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Young Justinien, aka Cyrano-Nose-The-Less, born in 1683, leaves his adoptive parents to join a monastery, only to live a series of misadventures through which he will learn the secrets of his birth.

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Sa naissance est un mystere. Son destin une legende.

Genres:

Drama | History

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Details

Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

15 September 1993 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Justinien Trouve, or God's Bastard See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

F.C.F., Solo Productions See more »
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Color:

Color
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Great adventure-historical film
17 June 2004 | by ppproductionSee all my reviews

This film seems to have been completely underrated. It is clearly a passionate filmmaker's work. A beautiful filled with the adventures of a man how is persecuted by the Church. The man ends up a executioner (executioners were excommunicated even though it was to carry official death sentences, but they were given other benefits) that is loathed and feared.

The film is beautiful, and it appears very researched historically. It's a mystery why this gem went so unheard of... It's has it all: adventure, great actors, great sights,... and a remarkable story.

I strongly recommend it to anyone. Unfortunately, I saw the film in France and it doesn't seem to be widely available.


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