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Wed just as war breaks out, Jeanne hardly gets to know her military husband, Louis, before the debacle of 1940. While waiting for his return from a POW camp, Jeanne journeys through... See more »

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Jeanne
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Louis
Gabriel Barylli ...
Mathias Behrens
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Arnoult
Geneviève Casile ...
Solange
Michel Etcheverry ...
Charles
Laurence Masliah ...
Helene
Jean-Noël Brouté ...
Marc
Isabelle Guiard ...
Mathilde
François Caron ...
Andre
Maria Fitzi ...
Liseul
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Henri
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Andreas
Antoine du Merle ...
Antoine
Desiree Dupont ...
Armelle
Yôko Mollaret ...
Armelle
Vincent Ophele ...
Laurent
Georg Leopold ...
Passer-by
Axel Wandtke ...
Russian Officer
Joseph Sumner ...
English Officer
Vincent Kliesch ...
Head Thief
Pierre Cassignard ...
Inspector
Fabienne Tricottet ...
Gisele
Odile Simonnin ...
Trapeze Artist
Clara Di Girolamo ...
Martine
Maryll Guinard ...
Martine
Arnaud Brunel ...
Benoit
Soulian Simonet ...
François
Paul Riviere ...
Arnaud
Andrea Chilma ...
Eleonore
Helga Pedersen ...
Kirghiz Dancer
Swetlana Skorochodowa ...
Russian Dancer
Jean-François Bayonne ...
French Officer
Dita Rolle ...
French Woman Officer
Daniel Bouloux ...
Louis' Friend
Patricia Gélin ...
Louis' Friend
Remy Louis ...
Priest of Nancy
Anna-Magdalena Fitzi ...
Margot
Laurent Vivien ...
Customs Officer at Airport
Frank-Lorenz Engel ...
Officer at Airport
Gilles Gavois ...
Militiaman
Yan Duffas ...
Volleyball Player

Directed by

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Régis Wargnier

Written by

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Régis Wargnier ... (original scenario)
 
Alain Le Henry ... ()
 
Régis Wargnier ... ()

Produced by

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Gérard Crosnier ... executive producer
François-Xavier Decraene ... line producer
Yves Marmion ... producer
Volker Schlöndorff ... associate producer
Ingrid Windisch ... executive producer

Music by

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Patrick Doyle

Cinematography by

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François Catonné

Film Editing by

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Geneviève Winding

Editorial Department

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Agnès Schwab ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Francine Cathelain
Gérard Moulévrier

Production Design by

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Jacques Bufnoir

Art Direction by

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Dieter Döhl
Jean Poinot

Set Decoration by

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Sophie Martel

Costume Design by

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Jacques Fonteray

Makeup Department

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Alain Bernard ... hair stylist
Patrick Girault ... hair stylist
Cédric Gérard ... makeup artist
Marie Lastennet ... makeup artist
Jean-Christophe Roger ... additional makeup artist

Production Management

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Arnaud Dupont ... unit manager
Jean-Pascal Gautier ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Naoura Al Azme ... third assistant director
Darina Al Joundi ... third assistant director
Christophe Cheysson ... assistant director
Carine Lefebvre ... third assistant director
André Lindner ... third assistant director (as Andre Bernhard Lindner)
Sylvie Michel ... third assistant director (as Sylvie Michel-Casey)
Eric Paulin ... second assistant director
Eva-Maria Schönecker ... assistant director
Uwe Walter ... second assistant director
Julien Zidi ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Oliver Hesse ... carpenter
Katerina Machacek ... painter
Christophe Offret ... ripper

Sound Department

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Fabien Adelin ... foley recordist
Olivier Burgaud ... boom operator
Pierre Martens ... sound recordist
Guillaume Sciama ... sound mixer
Santiago Thévenet ... sound effects editor

Special Effects by

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Michael Luppino ... special effects technician
Uli Nefzer ... special effects supervisor
Marcus Preussing ... special effects assistant (as Marcus Schmidt)

Visual Effects by

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Frederic Moreau ... visual effects
Christian Rajaud ... visual effects
Paul Swendsen ... matte painter

Stunts

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Armin Sauer ... stunt coordinator: Germany

Camera and Electrical Department

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Laurent Barès ... assistant camera
Berto ... camera operator (as Gilbert Lecluyse)
Eric Bialas ... first assistant camera
Patrick de Ranter ... steadicam operator
Dirk-Martin Heinzelmann ... first assistant camera
Marc Koninckx ... steadicam operator
Jean-Marie Leroy ... still photographer
Gérard Rival ... grip
Christian Schulz ... still photographer

Animation Department

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Pierre Biecher ... digital artist

Casting Department

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Karin Beewen ... casting assistant
Laurent Soulet ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Chantal Glasman ... costumer
Tess Hammami ... set costumer
Gudrun Leyendecker ... assistant costume designer
Laurence Nicolas ... additional set costumer

Location Management

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Dominique Castan ... location manager

Music Department

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Lawrence Ashmore ... orchestrator
John Bailey ... music recording engineer: assistant
Mark Berrow ... musician: violin
Geoff Foster ... score recordist
Jill Gomez ... singer: avec la voix
Paul Hulme ... music recording engineer
Steve Orchard ... music recording engineer: assistant
Roy Prendergast ... music editor
Maggie Rodford ... music production
David Snell ... conductor

Other crew

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Simone Acksel ... production secretary
Francine Cathelain ... script
Dorothea Hildebrandt ... production accountant
Nicole Lenfant ... administrator
Isabelle Sauvanon ... press relations
Wolfgang Schwedler ... administrator (as Wolfgang Schwedtler)
Benjamin Stora ... historical consultant
Claudine Taulère ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Wed just as war breaks out, Jeanne hardly gets to know her military husband, Louis, before the debacle of 1940. While waiting for his return from a POW camp, Jeanne journeys through countless affairs with Louis' comrades- in-arms. Hoping to forget these wartime betrayls, Louis takes his wife and the infant twins he didn't father to Berlin, where she falls for Matthais, a sensitive German industrialist. When the Indochinese war sends Louis to Vietnam, Matthais follows Jeanne back to France. A subsequent move to Damascus where Louis is posted as military attache, fails to break their bond. Written by Peter Davis

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Also Known As
  • Eine französische Frau (Germany)
  • Los amores de una mujer francesa (Spain)
  • Egy francia nő (Hungary)
  • A French Woman
  • Francuzka (Poland)
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  • 100 min
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Budget $15,000,000 (estimated)

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