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In Paris, six people all look for love, despite typically having their romantic aspirations dashed at every turn.

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Charlotte
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Gaëlle
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Nicole
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Lionel
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Thierry
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Dan
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Arthur (voice)
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Anne Kessler ...
Présentatrice émission TV
Roger Mollien ...
Soldat poète émission TV
Florence Muller ...
Critique d'art émission TV
Michel Vuillermoz ...
Architecte émission TV

Directed by

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Alain Resnais

Written by

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Alan Ayckbourn ... (play "Private Fears in Public Places")
 
Jean-Michel Ribes ... ()

Produced by

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Valerio De Paolis ... co-producer
Bruno Pesery ... producer (as Bruno Pésery)
Julie Salvador ... executive producer

Music by

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Mark Snow

Cinematography by

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Eric Gautier

Film Editing by

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Hervé de Luze
Issac Solemon

Editorial Department

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Miguel Bejo ... telecine dailies colorist
Mélanie Bénard ... assistant editor
Nicolas Criqui ... digital conformation
Beatrice Herminie ... assistant editor (as Béatrice Herminie)
Isabelle Julien ... color timer
Frederic Jupin ... lustre editor

Production Design by

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Jacques Saulnier
Solange Zeitoun

Art Direction by

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Jean-Michel Ducourty

Costume Design by

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Jackie Budin

Makeup Department

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Sylvie Aid ... makeup artist (as Sylvie Aid Denisot)
José-Luis Casas ... key hair stylist
Patrick Inzerillo ... hair stylist
Delphine Jaffart ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Hervé Duhamel ... production manager
Caroline Gonce ... assistant unit manager
Etienne Grandon ... assistant unit manager
Frédéric Grunenwald ... unit manager
Bruno Jouan ... assistant unit manager
Thibault Leclercq ... assistant unit manager
Pierre Lochardet ... assistant unit manager
Béatrice Mauduit ... post-production supervisor

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Charlotte Buisson-Tissot ... assistant director
Dorothée Chesnot ... third assistant director
Laurent Herbiet ... first assistant director: preproduction
Christophe Jeauffroy ... first assistant director
Iris Wong ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Matthieu Beutter ... assistant art director
Fabrice Bourderioux ... swing gang
Philippe Durand ... chief carpenter
Jacky Hardouin ... construction coordinator
Philippe Margottin ... set dresser
Leonardo Pancari ... carpenter
Marc Pinquier ... property master
Stéphane Richaud ... construction grip

Sound Department

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Nicolas Becker ... foley artist
Jean-Marie Blondel ... sound
Yannick Boulot ... sound recordist
Katia Boutin ... dialogue editor
Thomas Desjonquères ... supervising sound editor
Florian Fabre ... assistant foley artist
Séverin Favriau ... assistant sound editor
Gérard Lamps ... re-recording mixer
Lionel Le Bras ... post-synchronization boom operator
Alain Lévy ... post-synchronization
Armelle Mahé ... assistant sound mixer / dialogue recordist / foley recording engineer
Pierre Martens ... sound effects editor
Frédéric Pardon ... boom operator
Theotime Pardon ... sound assistant
Florian Thiebaux ... sound recordist
Xavier Thieulin ... sound mixer trainee

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Géraldine Banet ... special effects snowmaker
Pascale Butkovic ... special effects snowmaker
Karine Dubois ... special effects snowmaker
Benoît Rousselin ... special effects snowmaker
Stéphane Ruet ... special effects snowmaker

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Lech Anita ... digital effects artist
Adrien Borzakian ... digital artist
Claire Cuinier ... visual effects
Thibault Deloof ... digital artist
Jérémie Droulers ... visual effects artist
Stéphane Keller ... matte painter
Anita Lech ... digital artist (as Anita Lech Bedez)
Frederic Moreau ... visual effects designer / visual effects supervisor
Ugo Pierantoni ... digital artist
Fred Roz ... titles
Laurence Vidot ... visual effects coordinator

Stunts

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Ivan Salvatore ... stunts (as Ivan Crasci)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Gilles Balezeaux ... additional gaffer
François Berroir ... gaffer
Sylvie Biscioni ... still photographer
Laurent Bourgeat ... gaffer
Gérard Buffard ... key grip
Julien Buffard ... grip
Frédéric Cantin ... additional grip / grip
Samuel de Luze ... trainee assistant camera
Pascal Delaunay ... additional grip
Hervé Denis ... chief electrician
Yohann Favard ... additional grip (as Johann Favard)
Christophe Guilbaud ... gaffer
Pierre Jandot ... additional gaffer
Nathalie Lao ... second assistant camera
Julien Leblond ... additional gaffer
Stéphane Lejeune ... gaffer
Tom Mitaux ... additional gaffer
Eric Nové ... grip
Fabienne Octobre ... a camera focus puller
Ludovic Petit ... gaffer
Sébastien Plessis ... additional gaffer
Luc Reyrolle ... additional gaffer
Eric Sacher ... crane operator
Jean-Mary Vodoz ... additional grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Claire Chanat ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Jacques Quinternet ... location manager

Music Department

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Larold Rebhun ... music mixer

Script and Continuity Department

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Sylvette Baudrot ... script supervisor
Ludivine Doazan ... trainee script supervisor
Elodie Jauffret ... trainee script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Claire Bodechon ... trainee production secretary
Virginie De la Chaise ... production secretary
Isabelle Haspel ... production administrator
Sylvie Jeanblanc ... production secretary
Romeo Julien ... avid conformation
Bruno Podalydès ... director: TV sequences

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Seven lonely lives in Paris: a middle-aged estate agent who thinks a colleague is sending messages in video tapes she loans him; his co-worker whose Bible is close at hand in times of stress; her late-night charge, who's an angry, nasty bedridden old man; his son, a patient bartender; the bartender's best patron, an ex-soldier who's lost his moorings while his fiancée looks for a large flat for them; and, the estate agent's much younger sister, who answers ads in the personal and waits in cafés with a red flower pinned on her jacket. Will any connect? Can open hearts trump fears? Written by

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Taglines For six strangers in search of love, the City of Lights can be a very lonely place. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Private Fears (France)
  • Petites peurs partagées (France)
  • Cuori (Italy)
  • Private Fears in Public Places (World-wide, English title)
  • Private Fears in Public Places (United States)
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  • 120 min
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Budget EUR12,800,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Holds the record in Brazil for movie playing the longest in theaters: over 4 years. It was released on July 6th 2007 and remained playing uninterruptedly in at least one theater until January 27th 2012, long after being release on DVD. It started playing again on July 19th 2014, celebrating the reopening of the movie theater that kept it playing the longest. See more »
Goofs When Charlotte has the tomato soup thrown at her by Arthur, the front of her blouse and sweater have large reddish stains on them. When Lionel returns home and is talking to her, the stains have disappeared. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Belas Artes: A Esquina do Cinema (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Onward, Christian Soldiers See more »

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