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The Taste of Others ()

Le goût des autres (original title)
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The lives of 6 people over 35 in Rouen, France, and their relationship to each other.

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  • Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 16 wins & 11 nominations.
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Anne Alvaro ...
Clara Devaux
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Jean-Jacques Castella
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Bruno Deschamps
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Manie
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Franck Moreno
Christiane Millet ...
Angélique
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Antoine
Anne Le Ny ...
Valérie, l'habilleuse
Brigitte Catillon ...
Béatrice Castella
Raphaël Dufour ...
Benoît
Xavier de Guillebon ...
Weber
Camille Andraca
Céline Arnaud ...
Virginie
Robert Bacri ...
Le père de Castella
Marie Agnès Brigot ...
La secrétaire de Castella (as Marie-Agnès Brigot)
Michel Caccia ...
Le peintre
Désir Carré ...
Le passant
Claude Crétient
Jérôme Huguet
Sam Karmann ...
Le metteur en scène
Gaël Klein
Cécile Partouche
Bob Zaremba ...
Fred
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bérangère Bailleul
Vanessa Chassaigne
Stanislas de la Tousche ...
Le juge
Catherine Dewitt
Vincent Fouquet
Marie-Hélène Garnier
Réginald Huguenin ...
Titus
Marc Le Gall
Jean-François Levistre ...
Arsace
Didier Mahieu ...
Le mari de Hedda
Maryse Ravera
Laurent Savalle
Jean-Marc Talbot ...
Antiochus
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Un spectateur au théâtre (uncredited)

Directed by

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Agnès Jaoui

Written by

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Jean-Pierre Bacri ... ()
 
Agnès Jaoui ... ()

Produced by

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Christian Bérard ... producer
Charles Gassot ... producer
Jacques Hinstin ... executive producer

Music by

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Jean-Charles Jarrel

Cinematography by

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Laurent Dailland

Film Editing by

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Hervé de Luze

Editorial Department

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Elise Fievet ... assistant editor
Céline Jolivel ... assistant editor
Isabelle Julien ... color timer

Casting By

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Brigitte Moidon

Production Design by

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François Emmanuelli

Set Decoration by

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Marie Cheminal

Costume Design by

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Jackie Budin ... (as Jackie Stephens-Budin)

Makeup Department

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Sarah Guetta ... hair stylist
Philippe Mangin ... hair stylist
Jacky Reynal ... (as Jackie Reynal)
Catherine Vrignaud ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Daniel Chevalier ... production manager
Karine Ebert ... assistant unit manager
Marie-Paule Ester ... assistant production manager
Roland Godard ... unit manager
Trystram Sylvain ... unit manager
Bruno Vatin ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sébastien Deux ... second assistant director
Antoine Garceau ... first assistant director
Béryl Peillard ... assistant director trainee

Art Department

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Marie Cheminal ... set dresser
Ludovic Erbelding ... construction coordinator
Denis Hager ... property master
Philippe Lacomblez ... first assistant decorator
Emmanuel Marthon ... painter
Anne Passelergue ... assistant art director
Christophe Perruchi ... property master
Marie Rossignol ... painter

Sound Department

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Jacques Ballay ... sound assistant
Nicolas Becker ... foley artist
Laurent Boudaud ... sound engineer
Katia Boutin ... dialogue editor
Jacques Descomps ... recorder auditorium
Assia Dnednia ... assistant foley artist (as Assia Zipper-Dnednia)
Jean-Pierre Duret ... sound engineer
Philippe Escanecrabe ... sound mixer
Dominique Gaborieau ... sound
Michel Klochendler ... sound editor
Jean-Noël Yven ... sound effects editor

Special Effects by

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Georges Demétrau ... special effects
Pascal Fauvelle ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Frederic Moreau ... visual effects

Stunts

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Jorge Lorca ... stunts (as George Lorca)
Yoni Roch ... stunts
Daniel Vérité ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Olivier Banon ... first assistant camera
Touffik Chih ... grip
Patrick de Ranter ... steadicam operator
Gil Fontbonne ... key grip
Philippe Giblin ... electrician
Tiphaine Helary ... assistant camera
Océane Lavergne ... second assistant camera
Olivier Neveu ... electrician
Pascal Pajaud ... gaffer
Nicolas Sommermeyer ... grip
Bernard Tissier ... camera operator: "b" camera

Casting Department

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Laurent Soulet ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sophie Breton ... costumer
Ann Dunsford ... costumer (as Anne Dunsford-Varenne)

Location Management

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Sylvain Zorninger ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Edouard Dubois ... music consultant
Valérie Lindon ... music producer

Script and Continuity Department

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Brigitte Hedou ... script supervisor (as Brigitte Hédou-Prat)

Other crew

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Sylvie Chevereau-Marchais ... production administrator
Marie-Paule Ester ... production secretary
Thierry Valletoux ... reportage
Henry Villain ... travelling car

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Three men, three women, opposites, possibilities, and tastes. Castella owns a industrial steel barrel plant in Rouen; Bruno is his flute-playing driver, Franck is his temporary bodyguard while he negotiates a contract with Iranians, his wife Angélique does frou-frou interior decorating and loves her dog. The conventional Castella hires a forty-year-old actress, Clara, to tutor him in English, and he finds her and her Bohemian lifestyle fascinating. Is this love? What would she say if he declared himself? Through Bruno, Franck meets Manie, a barmaid who deals hash. They begin an affair. Are they in love? They joke about marriage. As the women hold back, the men must make decisions. Written by

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Taglines The Sexy Comedy About Good Taste... And Bad Manners! See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Taste of Others (World-wide, English title)
  • The Taste of Others (Canada, English title)
  • The Taste of Others (United States)
  • Le Gout des Autres (United Kingdom)
  • Lust auf anderes (Germany)
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  • 112 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The movie takes place and was shot in Rouen, Upper Normandy. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Mexican/Enemy at the Gates/See Spot Run (2001). See more »
Soundtracks I Would That My Love, Opus 63. No. 1 See more »

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