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Madame De... (2001)

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Carole Bouquet ... Madame de...
Jean-Pierre Marielle ... Le général
Raoul Bova ... Vittorio
Pierre Vernier Pierre Vernier ... Le bijoutier
Élisabeth Commelin Élisabeth Commelin ... La princesse (as Elisabeth Commelin)
Ceyla Lacerda Ceyla Lacerda ... La maîtresse du Général
Alexandra London Alexandra London ... La nièce du Général
Pascal Elso Pascal Elso ... Le médecin
Jean-Claude Carrière ... Le ministre
Dominique Marcas Dominique Marcas ... La mère du général
Luís Zagalo Luís Zagalo ... Le bijoutier portugais
Adélaïde Bon Adélaïde Bon ... La femme de chambre
Laurence Mercier ... L'employée de la bijouterie
Till Bahlmann Till Bahlmann ... Le directeur de l'hôtel
Marcel Dossogne Marcel Dossogne ... Le chauffeur du général
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1 October 2001 (France) See more »

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A gyémánt fülbevaló See more »

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A good remake of a great classic film
22 February 2004 | by urayamunSee all my reviews

It has to be made clear that the masterpiece of Max Ophüls (Madame de 1953 with Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer and Vittorio de Sica) is way above this french TV production. Nevertheless Carole Bouquet offers a convincing portrait of a futile aristocratic wife who discovers love between a young Italian diplomat and an old general (her husband). This discovery will cost her her life and the question remains at the end : who really knows about love? The proud Italian? The forgiving general? The dying wife? Who knows. Jean-Pierre Marielle is - a usual - a very thoughtful actor giving to his character an authenticity and even a touch of humor. Simply marvelous! The color is also a plus compared to the 1953 version as the characters evolve in splendid environments (palaces, gardens, ballrooms, elaborate stairs and rich interiors.


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