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The Light (2004)

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TV-14 | | Drama, Romance | 3 November 2004 (France)
Camille arrives at the island Ouessant where she was born, to sell the house of her parents. She finds a book of a certain Antoine and starts reading. A story of a stranger is told who came... See full summary »

Director:

Philippe Lioret

Writers:

Emmanuel Courcol (scenario, adaptation and dialogue), Claude Faraldo (collaborating writer) | 3 more credits »
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3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sandrine Bonnaire ... Mabé Le Guen
Philippe Torreton ... Yvon Le Guen
Grégori Derangère ... Antoine Cassendi
Émilie Dequenne ... Brigitte
Anne Consigny ... Camille
Martine Sarcey Martine Sarcey ... Jeanne
Nicolas Bridet Nicolas Bridet ... Jean-Mi
Marie Rousseau Marie Rousseau ... L'acheteuse
Patrick Zard Patrick Zard ... L'acheteur (as Patrick Nardon Zard)
Bernard Spiegel Bernard Spiegel ... L'entrepreneur
Nathalie Besançon ... Jeanne
Thierry Lavat Thierry Lavat ... Tinou
Nadia Barentin Nadia Barentin ... Huberte
Emmanuel Courcol Emmanuel Courcol ... Le curé
Christophe Kourotchkine Christophe Kourotchkine ... Lebras
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Storyline

Camille arrives at the island Ouessant where she was born, to sell the house of her parents. She finds a book of a certain Antoine and starts reading. A story of a stranger is told who came 1963 to the island. He wasn't well received and left again after 2 month. Written by cengelm

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In 1963 they were drawn to THE LIGHT

Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Goofs

(flopped shot) Throughout the film, the main character has a mutilated left hand, which he wears in a leather strap. But in the long scene where he walks alongside Sandrine Bonnaire on her bicycle, and both meet the local priest also on bicycle, it's his right hand that is mutilated! Comparing the bell on the bicycle with other scenes, one realizes that this whole scene has been mounted in a mirrored way. See more »

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Le Lit du diable
Traditional Irish theme
Lyrics by Gilles Morvan
Performed by Douar Mor
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Shipwrecked
26 November 2007 | by bob998See all my reviews

This is the second time Sandrine Bonnaire has made a film in the rocky, ocean-lashed confines of Brittany--the first one being Voleur de vie, which I found better, truer to life. The story of a forbidden love that leads to pregnancy has been done so many times and Lioret is not the great director who can make it all fresh.

Grégori Dérangère is like a big friendly dog in this picture, not showing much emotion: we're supposed to admire his endurance and honesty but it all grew tiresome for me. Bonnaire shows how tough a Breton woman has to be amid the crashing waves and male stupidity, but her mind often seems elsewhere. Only Phillippe Torreton as the hapless Yvon shows any great commitment to the project. Once more he reminds me why he's one of my favorite actors.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

3 November 2004 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Frau des Leuchtturmwärters See more »

Filming Locations:

Brest, Finistère, France See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,584,679
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