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Sucre Amer tells the story of a unique court case in which an event from the past is judged by a court of history. Major figures from history are brought together in the present to... See more »

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Jean-Michel Martial ...
Ignace
Robert Liensol ...
L'avocat
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Nolivos
Anne-Marie Philipe ...
Le procureur
Gabriel Gascon ...
Le président
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Privat Danglemont
Philippe Le Mercier ...
Richepance
Luc Saint-Eloy ...
Delgrès
Eric Vu-An ...
Chevalier St-Georges
Marie Verdi ...
Marie
Guy-Pierre Mineur ...
Pélage
Xavier Letourneur ...
Victor Hugues
Marvin Sither ...
André Romain
Jose Jernidier ...
1er serviteur / caporal
Joel Jernidier ...
Codou
Eugénie Louis-Joseph ...
Marthe Rose
Géraldine Asselin ...
La métisse
Isabelle Valmar ...
Femme d'Ignace
Renaud Roussel ...
Capitaine Rougier
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Impératrice Joséphine
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Victor Schoelcher
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La psy
Dominic Allen ...
Cochrane
Philippe Mourouvin ...
Sidambarom
Renée Voltaire ...
Man Nel
Roger Tannous ...
Sergent recruteur
Aline Mugerin ...
Chanterelle
François Dupuy ...
Du Boyer
Patricia Hardy ...
Melle de la Brunerie
Éric 'Titus' Mariotti ...
Lacrosse
Anesta Joseph ...
Mère d'Ignace
Marie-Anne Vatin ...
Balerine
Sabrina Vatin ...
Balerine
Isabelle Laisné ...
Assistant avocat
Mario Arcand ...
Assistant avocat
Bernard Chauveau ...
Assistant avocat
Janique Pierre-Antoine ...
Substitut
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Huissier
Jean Pommier ...
Huissier
Denise Charest ...
Greffière
Guy Salme ...
Général Gobert
Dominik Bernard ...
Général Sériziat
Arnaud Kerneguez ...
Sergent de garde
Pascal Louis ...
Prêtre
Max Mozart ...
Bourreau
Harold Plante ...
P.M.
Christian Ledoux ...
P.M.

Directed by

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Christian Lara

Written by

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Christian Lara ... (writer)

Produced by

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Jacques Dorfmann ... producer
Christian Lara ... producer
Gérard Martin ... producer
Richard Sadler ... producer

Music by

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Jean-Claude Petit

Cinematography by

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Jean-Michel Humeau

Film Editing by

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Catherine Trouillet

Editorial Department

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Claudette Champagne ... negative editor
Manuel De Sousa ... assistant editor
Frederique Veillard ... first assistant editor
Vladimir Zabransky ... color timer

Casting By

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Barbara St-Philippe

Art Direction by

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Violette Daneau

Makeup Department

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Florence Cossutta ... key makeup artist
Ginette Cérat-Lajeunesse ... hair stylist (as Ginette Lajeunesse)
Christiane Fattori ... key makeup artist
Alex Lambert ... assistant makeup artist
José Martin ... hair stylist
Corinne Raymond ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Luc Bastaraud ... assistant unit manager
Arnaud Duléry ... unit manager
Arnaud Kerneguez ... production manager
Yann Le Neures ... assistant unit manager
Dominique Leroutier ... production manager
Roch Mineau ... assistant unit manager
Bruno Perdrigeat ... unit manager
Dominique Sidoit ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michel Campioli ... first assistant director
Alain Edom ... second assistant director
Bruno François-Boucher ... second unit director
Normand Labelle ... second assistant director
Jan Mark Lapointe ... first assistant director
Nicolas Liensol ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Stéphane Beaudoin ... scenic technician
Denis Bolduc ... scenic technician
James Cameron ... painter
Suzanne Cloutier ... painter
Charles Dugas ... set propsman
Benoît Gaudreault ... scenic technician
Yves Giroux ... scenic technician
Annie Jamoneau-Finet ... assistant set decorator
Guy Lafond ... scenic technician
René Patenaude ... painter
Christiane Pravaz ... painter
Claude Simard Jr. ... scenic technician
Claude Simard ... construction manager
Louise Tremblay ... painter

Sound Department

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Christophe Bourreau ... foley artist / sound effects engineer
Didlor Chartin ... boom operator
Benoît Hamel ... boom operator
Jean-Paul Hurier ... re-recording mixer / sound mixer
Daniel Masse ... sound recordist
Jean-Louis Richet ... sound recordist
Richard Shorr ... sound designer

Special Effects by

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Jean-Louis Vales ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Brigitte Barbier ... first assistant camera
Olivier Berquet ... gaffer
Roch Boucher ... second assistant camera
Sarah Bouyain ... second assistant camera
Benoît Féréol ... grip
Jan Mark Lapointe ... key grip
Pierre-Yves Le Mée ... key grip
Jean-Yves Le Poulain ... camera operator
Philippe Martel ... first assistant camera
David Quesemand ... first assistant camera
Fabrice Rosaz ... electrician
Kalil Sarkis ... second camera operator
Mathieu Szpiro ... electrician
Benoît Sévigny ... best boy electric
André Tisseur ... assistant grip
François Warot ... gaffer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jeanine Gonzalez ... wardrobe master (as Jeannine Gonzalez)
Jennifer Lys Grenier ... assistant dresser
Catherine Gélinas ... dresser
Aliki Volika ... dresser

Location Management

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Vicror Nenot ... location manager

Transportation Department

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Christian Caperaa ... driver
Jean-Claude Cloutier ... driver
Jean Fortin ... driver
Amadeus Nunes Lopes ... driver

Other crew

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Lionel Amadote ... choreographer
Gunilla Ardell ... production assistant
Laurence Bertron ... accountant
Florence Clerc ... production coordinator
Sandrine Dussart ... trainee
Christine Ferrer ... script supervisor
Marie-Claude Fortin ... production coordinator
Paul Gagnon ... studio coordinator
Frédéric Grosjean ... credits
Mélanie Houde ... assistant to producer
Lynda Pelletier ... publicist
Nathalie Pierson ... trainee
Véronique Poulain ... production assistant
Sylvain Proulx ... accountant
Sébastien Saadoun ... tests assistant
Guy Salme ... administrator: GFC
Florence Sebaoun ... production assistant
Patrick Vigne ... hair creations

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Sucre Amer tells the story of a unique court case in which an event from the past is judged by a court of history. Major figures from history are brought together in the present to re-examine the "Ignace case", about a legendary figure in the history of Guadeloupe who fought against the armies of Napoleon Bonaparte to preserve his freedom. A hero despite himself, Ignace's life and struggle were subsequently consigned to oblivion by his enemies. His treatment has left a bittersweet taste in the mouths of the people of Guadeloupe. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Bitter Sugar (Canada, English title)
  • Bitter Sugar (World-wide, English title)
  • Bitter Sugar (World-wide)
Runtime
  • 90 min
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