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One murdered man, eight women, each seeming to be eager than the others to know the truth. Gimme, gimme, gimme some clues to make up my mind. And eventually enter the truth. Oh, thou cruel... See more »

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Suzon
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Mamy
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Madame Chanel
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Gaby
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Louise
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Augustine
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Catherine
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Pierrette
Dominique Lamure ...
Marcel, the husband

Directed by

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François Ozon

Written by

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François Ozon ... (screenplay)
 
François Ozon ... (adaptation)
 
François Ozon ... (dialogue)
 
Marina de Van ... (collaboration on screenplay) (as Marina De Van)
 
Robert Thomas ... (play)

Produced by

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Stéphane Célérier ... associate producer
Olivier Delbosc ... producer
Marc Missonnier ... producer

Music by

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Krishna Levy

Cinematography by

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Jeanne Lapoirie

Film Editing by

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Laurence Bawedin

Editorial Department

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Richard Deusy ... colorist
Christian Dutac ... color timer
Delphine Illouz ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Antoinette Boulat

Production Design by

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Arnaud de Moleron

Set Decoration by

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Marie-Claire Quin

Costume Design by

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Pascaline Chavanne

Makeup Department

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Jean-Charles Bachelier ... key hair stylist
Fabienne Bressan ... key hair stylist
Agathe Dupuis ... key hair stylist
Cédric Gérard ... key makeup artist
Thi Thanh Tu Nguyen ... key makeup artist
John Nollet ... key hair stylist
Gill Robillard ... key makeup artist
Myriam Roger ... key hair stylist
Hervé Soulié ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Christine De Jekel ... production manager
Marie-Eve Graviou-Dural ... unit manager
Mélanie Karlin ... post-production supervisor
Gilles Monnier ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Hubert Barbin ... first assistant director
Cyril Duval ... second assistant director
Guillaume Huin ... trainee assistant director
Nicolas Ronchi ... third assistant director

Art Department

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François Aïssa ... carpenter
Céline Barray ... set dresser
Philippe Boutillier ... sculptor
Thomas Broyon ... swing gang
Bernard Chenevier ... carpenter
Henri Demonio ... carpenter
Christophe Doubliez ... carpenter
Nicolas Doyon ... construction coordinator
Pierre Duboisberranger ... first assistant art director
Jean-Baptiste Gallou ... head painter
François Hennequin ... painter
Christophe Hervé ... painter
Antoine Hoog ... painter
Emmanuel Jaffre ... carpenter
Jean-Louis Lalet ... property master
Mick Lanaro ... music art director
Loïc Le Moigne ... painter
Norbert Luchessi ... head carpenter
Christelle Maisonneuve ... assistant set decorator
Elodie Martin ... assistant art director
Claire Massard ... assistant art director
Franck Miniconi ... painter
Laurent Moizo ... painter
Louis Morand ... carpenter
Bruno Peschard ... props
Santiago Isidro Pin ... painter
Marie-Claire Quin ... set dresser
Serge Royo ... carpenter
Carole Récamier ... upholsterer
Marjorie Thomas ... painter
Elise Tulli ... assistant decorator

Sound Department

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Charles Autrand ... assistant sound editor
Christophe Bourreau ... foley artist
Vincent Breau ... sound assistant
Frédéric Cattoni ... stereo sound consultant: DTS
Bernard Chaumeil ... sound assistant
Samuel Dequidt ... assistant sound editor
Philippe Dongé ... sound recordist
Pierre Gamet ... sound
Benoît Hillebrant ... sound editor
Jean-Pierre Laforce ... sound mixer
Lionel Le Bras ... boom operator
Stéphan Lucas ... sound recordist
Pedro Marques ... synchronization sound engineer
Michel Monier ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Julien Perez ... sound recordist
Pascal Vonhatten ... sound recordist

Special Effects by

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Christophe Messaoudi ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Nicolas Kermel ... digital artist
Christopher Grandel ... trailer digital effects, Howard Anderson Company (uncredited)

Stunts

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Pascaline Girardot ... stunts
Pascal Guégan ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Crystal Samani ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Nicolas Dixmier ... gaffer
Mickael Georgeault ... electrician
Alexandre Gotkovski ... electrician
Yorick Le Saux ... camera operator
Jean-Claude Moireau ... still photographer
Carlos Ribeiro ... grip
Benoît Rizzotti ... assistant camera (as Benoît Rizzoti)
Didier Rollot ... electrician
Hervé Rousset ... key grip
Ludovic Simeon ... second assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Hélène Cassard ... costumer
Isabelle Guérin ... costumer
Emma Lebail ... costumer (as Emma le Bail)
Hélène Robin ... costumer
Monique Tourret ... costumer

Music Department

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Amélie de Chassey ... music supervisor
Daniel Fauré ... composer: song "Pour ne pas vivre seul"
Bruno Fontaine ... musician: piano / orchestrator
Jil ... composer: song "Papa t'es plus dans l'coup"
Gene Kelly ... composer: song "Pour ne pas vivre seule"
Didier Lizé ... score mixer
Delphine Mathieu ... music supervisor
Edouard Dubois ... music consultant (uncredited)

Other crew

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Thierry Chapat ... administrator
Sébastien Charles ... choreographer
Marylène Dastugue ... production secretary
Marina de Van ... collaborator
Aurélien Dubois ... trainee production
Agathe Grau ... script supervisor
Amélia Guyader ... production assistant

Thanks

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Dominique Besnehard ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

One morning at an isolated mansion in the snowy countryside of 1950s France, a family is gathered for the holiday season. But there will be no celebration at all because their beloved patriarch has been murdered! The killer can only be one of the eight women closest to the man of the house. Was it his powerful wife? His spinster sister-in-law? His miserly mother-in-law? Maybe the insolent chambermaid or the loyal housekeeper? Could it possibly have been one of his two young daughters? A surprise visit from the victim's chic sister sends the household into a tizzy, encouraging hysterics, exacerbating rivalries, and encompassing musical interludes. Comedic situations arise with the revelations of dark family secrets. Seduction dances with betrayal. The mystery of the female psyche is revealed. There are eight women and each is a suspect. Each has a motive. Each has a secret. Beautiful, tempestuous, intelligent, sensual, and dangerous...one of them is guilty. Which one is it? Written by Anthony Pereyra

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Taglines Living in a house full of women can be murder. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Huit femmes (France)
  • 8 donne e un mistero (Italy)
  • 8 Women (World-wide, English title)
  • 8 Frauen (Germany)
  • 8 mujeres (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 111 min
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Budget EUR8,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend France $999,349, 25 Jan 2002

Did You Know?

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Trivia When Louise shows a photo of her former employer, it is a picture of Romy Schneider. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Stroll (2003). See more »
Soundtracks Toi jamais See more »
Quotes Gaby: [6 of the women reenter the house after their investigation outside to find Gaby and Pierrette engaged in what appears to an act of woman-to-woman love] . Wait, it's not what you think.
Augustine: We don't need to think, we can see.
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