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In 1936, when French workers finally earn the right to paid vacations, the "proletariat" discover for the first time in their lives the pleasure, adventures and other aspects of the annual... See more »

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Gaby
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Mado
Guillaume Cramoisan ...
Constant
Emilie Gavois-Kahn ...
Marinette
Tristan Calvez ...
Raymond
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Albert
Gérald Thomassin ...
Lucien
Didier Bienaimé ...
Aimé
François Sinapi ...
Jeannot Duclos
Serpentine Teyssier ...
Odette Duclos
Violeta Ferrer ...
Mère d'Aimé
Daniel Tonachella ...
Le curé
Chantal Banlier ...
Mère de Gaby
Marie-Lélia Gabriel ...
Gaby âgée
Marguerite Dabrin ...
Jeune fille de la galerie
Sophie Vaslot ...
Jeune femme publicité
Jean-Claude Frissung

Directed by

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Jean-Pierre Sinapi

Written by

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Anne-Marie Catois ... (scenario) and
Jean-Pierre Sinapi ... (scenario)
 
Jean-Pierre Sinapi ... (original idea)
 
Anne-Marie Catois ... (adaptation and dialogue)

Produced by

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Christophe Marguerie ... delegate producer
Lissa Pillu ... producer
Rosine Robiolle ... executive producer

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Alexandre Desplat ... (as Alexandre Desplats)

Cinematography by

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Michel Sourioux

Film Editing by

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Catherine Schwartz

Editorial Department

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Chrystel Alépée ... assistant editor
Claude Framery ... color timer
Rachel Planta ... conforming editor

Casting By

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Paula Chevallet

Production Design by

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Geoffroy Larcher

Costume Design by

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Eve-Marie Arnault

Makeup Department

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Laurence Grosjean ... key makeup artist
Christian Gruau ... key hair stylist
Gersende Lacoste ... additional makeup artist
Anne Nicoleau ... additional hair stylist

Production Management

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Caroline Laclote ... assistant unit manager
Gilbert Plicque ... post-production supervisor: France 3 Lyon
Eric Rodriguez ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Frédéric Betaillole ... second assistant director
Adèle Bruchert ... trainee assistant director
Bertrand Guerry ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Bernard Ducrocq ... property master
Michel Paulin ... property buyer
Erminia Sinapi ... assistant decorator
José Torreno-García ... construction coordinator

Sound Department

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Jean-Michel Chauvet ... sound
Catherine Cursat ... post-synchronisation
Michel Jugnet ... sound editor
Didier Leclerc ... boom operator
Jean-Pierre Lelong ... foley artist
Mario Melchiorri ... assistant foley artist
Didier Ray ... re-recording mixer
Bruno Rodriguez ... assistant sound re-recording mixer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Christophe Blémon ... first assistant camera (as Dewarne)
Louis Coscia ... gaffer
Nathalie Guilbaud ... assistant camera
André Lorenzon ... electrician: groupman
Jean-Paul Meurisse ... camera operator
Daniel Monnier ... electrician
Dominique Nitsche ... grip
Aude Tiberghien ... video trainee
Michel Venot ... key grip

Casting Department

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Anne Lafosse ... casting: Bordeaux
Sarah Lebrocq ... casting: Bordeaux (as Sarah Le Brocq)
Elodie Taillardas ... casting: Bordeaux

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sandra David ... additional wardrobe
Annie Paris ... wardrobe

Other crew

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Caroline Chaumet ... production assistant
Cécile Chemin ... press attache: France 3
Cathy Dolet ... script supervisor
Myriam Fasquelle ... production secretary
Fabienne Joligeon ... production administrator
Antoine Robiolle ... assistant administrator
Caroline Sauvin ... production assistant
Gaëlle Savigny ... production assistant
Elise Touche ... legal: Telfrance
Jean-Jacques Vannier ... press attache: Telecip

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Plot Summary

In 1936, when French workers finally earn the right to paid vacations, the "proletariat" discover for the first time in their lives the pleasure, adventures and other aspects of the annual seaside summer holiday. Mado (Nadine Marcovici) and her best friend Gaby (Clotilde Courau) decide to take advantage of this, leaving their husband (Mado) / boyfriend (Gaby) behind - at least temporarily. By the sea, they meet new people, including handsome men. Gaby meets Constant (Guillaume Cramoeisan), a young photographer. Though both women's lives are forever altered during the holiday, Gaby's new acquaintance will dramatically change the course of her life, in particular. Written by argentino de rio

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  • Dias Felizes (Brazil)
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