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Summer Hours ()

L'heure d'été (original title)
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Two brothers and a sister witness the disappearance of their childhood memories when they must relinquish the family belongings to ensure their deceased mother's succession.

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Adrienne
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Frédéric
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Jérémie
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Hélène
Dominique Reymond ...
Lisa
Valérie Bonneton ...
Angela
Isabelle Sadoyan ...
Éloïse
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James
Alice de Lencquesaing ...
Sylvie
Emile Berling ...
Pierre
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Michel Waldemar
Gilles Arbona ...
Maître Lambert
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Le commissaire de police
Marc Voinchet ...
Présentateur radio
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Atachée de presse
Christian Lucas ...
Le neveu d'Éloïse
Philippe Paimblanc ...
Le maire de Valmondois
Luc Bricault ...
Touriste au Musée d'Orsay
Arnaud Azoulay ...
Petit ami de Sylvie
Marine Decroix ...
Amie de Sylvie
Léna Burger ...
Amie de Sylvie
François-Marie Banier ...
Président de la Commission des Dations
Philippe Thiébaut ...
Membre de la Commission
Arnaud Brejon de la Lavergnee ...
Membre de la Commission (as Arnaud Bréjon de Lavergnée)
Marc Plocki ...
Membre de la Commission
Odile Michel ...
Membre de la Commission
Michel Maket ...
Expert
Gérard Landrot ...
Expert
Michel Broomhead ...
Expert
Marie Bélie Vaulet ...
Guide au Musée d'Orsay
Bruno Ecault ...
Restaurateur sculpture
Daisy Kechichiglonian ...
Une enfant
Pearl Kechichiglonian ...
Une enfant
Max Ricat ...
Un enfant
Kauda Pharaon ...
Une enfant
Alistair Forwood ...
Un enfant
Malo Gledhill ...
Un enfant

Directed by

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Olivier Assayas

Written by

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Olivier Assayas ... (writer)

Produced by

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Claire Dornoy ... executive producer
Charles Gillibert ... producer
Marin Karmitz ... producer
Nathanaël Karmitz ... producer

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Eric Gautier

Film Editing by

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Luc Barnier

Editorial Department

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Lise Courtès ... assistant editor
Julie Delord ... assistant editor
Isabelle Julien ... color grader
Nelly Ollivault ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Antoinette Boulat

Art Direction by

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Fanny Stauff

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Alexandrine Mauvezin-Bosque ... (as Sandrine Mauvezin)

Makeup Department

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Morgane Bernhard ... key hair stylist
Lydia Pujols ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Sylvie Barthet ... production manager
Thomas Colban ... assistant unit manager trainee
Karine Ebert ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Luc Bricault ... second assistant director
Héléna Cotinier ... additional third assistant director
Matthew Gledhill ... first assistant director
Delphine Heude ... assistant director

Art Department

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Vincent Amiel ... construction coordinator
Dominique Coste ... property buyer
Tibor Dora ... carpenter
Fabien Lang ... props
Florent Maillot ... property master
Diane Sorin ... assistant art director
Fanny Stauff ... first assistant art director
Adail Viveiros ... art dept. runner

Sound Department

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Laurent Boudaud ... re-recording mixer
Nicolas Cantin ... sound editor / sound recordist
Jérôme Chenevoy ... boom operator
Dominique Eyraud ... boom operator
Olivier Goinard ... sound editor / sound mixer
Jérôme Petit ... assistant sound editor / sound assistant

Camera and Electrical Department

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Antoine Aybes-Gille ... assistant camera
François Berroir ... gaffer
Damien Bret ... electrician
Raphaël Dougé ... assistant camera
Gil Fontbonne ... grip
Léo Hinstin ... second assistant camera
Fabienne Octobre ... a camera focus puller: 2nd part
Luc Reyrolle ... electrician
Benoît Rizzotti ... first assistant camera (as Benoît Rizzoti)
Olivia Roudon ... assistant camera

Casting Department

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Elsa Pharaon ... casting: children

Location Management

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Christophe Chauveau ... key location scout

Other crew

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Charlotte Bayle ... titles designer
Tatiana Bouchain ... production assistant
Huma Khan ... legal post production
Clémentine Schaeffer ... script supervisor
Arnaud Vittet ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In a small town, Hélène is a family matriarch who has devoted her life to preserving the legacy of her artist uncle. However, while her eldest son, Frédéric, wants to preserve her home after her passing, she harbors no such illusions as she prepares her legacy. After her death, her children realize what she anticipated as they come to terms with their inheritance's place in their own lives. In the resulting disposition of their mother's assets, treasured heirlooms of a romantic family past drift away even as their changing modern world confronts the value of their memories. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Also Known As
  • Printemps passé (France)
  • Souvenirs du Valois (France)
  • Summer Hours (United States)
  • Summer Hours (World-wide, English title)
  • Summer Hours (United Kingdom)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Budget EUR4,400,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Charles Berling previously starred in Olivier Assayas's film, Demonlover (2002). See more »
Goofs At the start of the movie, we see Helena smoking. First, the cigarette is in her left hand, the next shot it is gone, and then it reappears in her right hand. See more »
Movie Connections Remade as Summer Hours. See more »
Soundtracks Loftus Jones See more »
Quotes Éloïse: He said to choose anything. l couldn't take advantage. l took something ordinary. What would l do with something valuable?
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