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The first days of WWI. Adrien, a young and handsome lieutenant, is wounded by a piece of shrapnel. He will spend the entire wartime at the Val-de-Grâce Hospital, in Paris. Five long years,... See more »

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Adrien
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Henri
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Pierre
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Anaïs
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The surgeon
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Marguerite
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Clémence
Jean-Michel Portal ...
Alain
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The minister
Xavier de Guillebon ...
Louis
Catherine Arditi ...
Adrien's mother
Paul Le Person ...
Adrien's grandfather
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Adrien's sister
Elise Tielrooy ...
Nurse Cécile
Agathe Dronne ...
Adrien's future wife
Renaud Lebas ...
Nurse
Alain Rimoux ...
Adrien's uncle
Alban Aumard ...
Soldier in village
Odette Barrois ...
Marguerite's mother
Catherine Baugué ...
Louis' wife
Philippe Beautier ...
Neighbour at café
Catherine Bidaut ...
Woman in metro
Mickaël Chirinian ...
Nurse
Charles Chevalier ...
Louis' son
Rodolphe Congé ...
Suicide
Denis Daniel ...
Marguerite's waiter
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Clemence's fiancé
Vincent Debost ...
Soldier at village
Claudine Delvaux ...
Nurse at maternity hospital
Yse Dugast ...
Louis' daughter
Martine Erhel ...
Nurse in soldiers' ward
Monique Garnier ...
Nurse with trolly
Rebecca Gómez ...
Child in metro
Marie-Josée Hubert ...
Marguerite's nurse
Valérien Ignatovitch ...
Officer presenting medals (as Colonel Valérien Ignatovitch)
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Doctor
Monick Lepeu ...
Brothel doorman
Maud Le Guenedal ...
Young girl in brothel
Annie Mercier ...
Brothel madame
Pierre Mottet ...
Ministry officer
Christian Ruché ...
Hospital doctor
Philippe Soutan ...
Hospital doctor
Pascal Ternisien ...
Marguerite's brother
Jacques Vincey ...
Hospital captain
Daniel Znyk ...
Commandant
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Charlotte Matzneff
Eric Moreau ...
Un poilu sous les ordres d'Adrien (uncredited)

Directed by

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François Dupeyron

Written by

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Marc Dugain ... (novel "La chambre des officiers")
 
François Dupeyron ... ()

Produced by

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Laurent Pétin ... producer
Michèle Pétin ... producer

Music by

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Jean-Michel Bernard

Cinematography by

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Tetsuo Nagata

Film Editing by

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Dominique Faysse

Editorial Department

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Virginie Bruant ... assistant editor
Yvan Lucas ... color timer

Casting By

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Brigitte Moidon

Production Design by

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Patrick Durand

Set Decoration by

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Patrick Schmitt

Costume Design by

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Catherine Bouchard

Makeup Department

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Laurence Azouvy ... makeup artist
Jean-Charles Bachelier ... key hair stylist
Frédéric Balmer ... assistant makeup artist / special makeup effects artist
Sabrina Bernard ... special makeup effects artist
Pascale Bouquière ... key makeup artist
Dominique Colladant ... special makeup effects artist
Marie-Pierre Hattabi ... hair stylist
Lydia Pujols ... key makeup artist
Stéphane Robert ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Boris Briche ... assistant unit manager
Jérôme Chalou ... production manager
Sonia Duclos ... assistant production manager / assistant unit manager
Aurélien Poitrimoult ... assistant unit manager
Patrick Salama ... unit production manager
Pierre Vaysse ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Alexis Charrier ... assistant director
Christophe Marillier ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Mickael Amsellem ... assistant set decorator
Bertrand Clercq-Roques ... assistant art director (as Bertrand Clerq-Roques)
Clément Colin ... second assistant art director
Jean-René Coulon ... property master
Frédéric Jourdan ... carpenter
Patricia Ruelle ... painter

Sound Department

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Annabel Acquaviva ... boom operator
Katia Boutin ... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Samuel Cohen ... boom operator
Jean Dubreuil ... sound editor
Michel Kharat ... sound
Gérard Lamps ... re-recording mixer
Alain Lévy ... post-synchronization
Jérôme Lévy ... sound effects editor
Pedro Marques ... synchronization sound engineer
Valérie Meffre ... dialogue editor
Jean-Noël Yven ... sound designer / sound effects editor

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Pierre Blain ... Inferno artist / digital artist
Sophie Denize ... visual effects coordinator
Hervé Gouband ... assistant color timer
Frederic Moreau ... visual effects
Sarah Moreau ... visual effects coordinator
Olivier Veau ... visual effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Victor Abadia ... electrician
Jean-Marc Alaux ... lighting balloon technician
Julien Cottret ... additional grip
Patrick de Ranter ... Steadicam operator
Jean-Yves Freess ... best boy grip
Denis Garnier ... clapper loader
Jérôme Prébois ... still photographer
Jean-Pierre Supe ... first assistant camera
Jean-Baptiste Thibaud ... Steadicam operator

Casting Department

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Marie-Sylvie Caillierez ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nathalie Chesnais ... costume supervisor
Michèle Pezzin ... costumer

Location Management

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Myriam Segall ... location scout

Music Department

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Rodolphe Gervais ... music mixer

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The first days of WWI. Adrien, a young and handsome lieutenant, is wounded by a piece of shrapnel. He will spend the entire wartime at the Val-de-Grâce Hospital, in Paris. Five long years, and his life will change forever... Written by anonymous

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Also Known As
  • The Officer's Ward (World-wide, English title)
  • Die Offizierskammer (Germany)
  • El pabellón de los oficiales (Spain)
  • I aithousa ton axiomatikon (Greece)
  • Sala oficerska (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 135 min
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Box Office

Budget FRF48,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend France $998,447, 28 Sep 2001

Did You Know?

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Goofs When Adrien is passing through the village there is a British 18-pounder field gun visible in the background. The British were not involved in the fighting yet at this stage. The French relied almost exclusively on their "75s" and almost certainly did not use British guns. See more »

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