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France, 1950s. From the Quartier Latin to Saint-Tropez via New York, a young Parisienne becomes the icon of a whole generation. In 1954, 19-year-old Francoise Sagan shot to fame with her... See more »

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Françoise Quoirez dite Sagan
Pierre Palmade ...
Jacques Chazot
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Peggy Roche
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Astrid
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Bernard Frank
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Jacques Quoirez
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Guy Schoeller
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Philippe (Complete TV version)
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René Julliard
Margot Abascal ...
Florence Malraux
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Suzanne Quoirez
Chantal Neuwirth ...
Mme Lebreton
Silvie Laguna ...
Mme Bartoli
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Denis Westhoff 23 / 33ans
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Robert 'Bob' Westhoff
Alexia Stresi ...
Paola
Nora Habib ...
Françoise Verny
Bernard Crombey ...
Pierre Quoirez
Hélène Arié ...
Mme Quoirez
Victor Sévaux ...
Denis Westhoff 13 / 15ans
Yann Babilée ...
Henri Berkowich (as Yann Babilée Keogh)
Alain Stern ...
Le haut fonctionnaire
Rita Falcone ...
Pepita
Jean-Claude de Goros ...
Le propriétaire de la villa
Mathias Mégard ...
Pierrot
Alexis Sellam ...
Max
Laurent Gérard ...
L'ami de Schoeller
Guillaume Carré ...
Voldemar
Didier Raymond ...
Le docteur Lavaux
Florent Bigot de Nesles ...
Le journaliste people
Frédéric Longbois ...
Le journaliste mondain
Cédric Dioméde ...
Le journaliste catho
Caroline Pascal ...
L'infirmière à Honfleur
Caroline le Moing ...
L'infirmière à la maternité
Suzanne Marty ...
L'infirmière à la Salpêtrière
Bénédicte Charpiat ...
L'infirmière à la maison de repos
William Prunck ...
L'interne à l'hôpital de Lisieux (as William Prünck)
Agnès Château ...
Régine
Pascal Ternisien ...
L'employé aux impôts
Cindy Tempez ...
La femme au vestiaire
Jenny Arasse ...
Florence Gould
Sophie Meurisse ...
L'admiratrice à la librairie
Lionel Mur ...
Maître Zylberstein
Marc Schapira ...
Le médecin au laboratoire
Mirabelle Kirkland ...
La jeune américaine
Stéphane Roux ...
Le vendeur à la librairie
Nicole Dubois ...
La cliente de la librairie
Marie Boissard ...
L'agent immobilier
Philippe Bertin ...
L'acheteur
Ana Bara ...
La femme de chambre #1
Victoria Sáez ...
La femme de chambre #2 (as Victoria Saez)
Guillaume Denaiffe ...
Le jeune amant
Alexandre Boussat ...
François
Gurvan Cloatre ...
Charles Rolan-Chabot (as Gurvan Cloâtre)
Jade Rivette ...
Françoise Quoirez à 8 ans
Virginie Morin-Brucker ...
Le notaire #1
Jean-Marc Chesseret ...
Le notaire #2
Lionel Lorans ...
Le concierge à l'hôtel Raphaël
Clémence Lenorman ...
La fiancée de Denis
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Bilalian ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
François Mitterrand ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Alain Pointier ...
Le serveur (uncredited)
Bernard Rapp ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Rémy Roubakha ...
Le flic perquisition (uncredited)

Directed by

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Diane Kurys

Written by

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Diane Kurys ... (writer)
 
Claire Lemaréchal ... (writer)
 
Martine Moriconi ... (writer)

Produced by

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Catherine Grandjean ... executive producer
Diane Kurys ... producer
Romain Richard ... assistant producer
Cindy Tempez ... associate producer
Alexandre Arcady ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Armand Amar

Cinematography by

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Michel Abramowicz

Film Editing by

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Sylvie Gadmer
Stéphane Garnier ... behind the scenes editor

Editorial Department

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Natacha Louis ... colorist
Fabien Perniceni ... conforming editor
Lucile Sautarel ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Gérard Moulévrier

Production Design by

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Alexandra Lassen

Art Direction by

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Maxime Rebière

Set Decoration by

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Sébastien Danos

Costume Design by

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Nathalie du Roscoat

Makeup Department

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Charlotte Arguillère ... hair stylist
Vesna Peborde ... makeup artist
Dominique Rabout ... makeup artist
Jean-Christophe Roger ... makeup artist
Jimmy Springard ... assistant hair stylist
Nathalie Tissier ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Didier Carrel ... unit manager
Olivier Gravenhorst ... post-production supervisor
Sébastien Guillet ... post-production manager
Valérie Labbé ... assistant unit manager (as Valérie Labbe)
David Le Gall ... unit production manager
Hervé Odiard ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Céline Bailbled ... second assistant director
Stéphanie Doncker ... trainee assistant director
Hugo Gélin ... second unit director
Louna Morard ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Stephanie Angrand ... assistant art director
Gilles Graziano ... computer graphic designer
Ludovic Guille ... swing gang
Denis Lourenco ... painter
Etienne Mercier ... assistant property master
Frédéric Pesquer ... tapestry

Sound Department

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Adrien Arnaud ... sound conforming editor
Antoine Baudouin ... dialogue editor
Guillaume Bouchateau ... supervising sound editor
Franck Cartaut ... boom operator
Christian Fontaine ... re-recording mixer
Carl Goetgheluck ... sound mixer
Loïc Gourbe ... sound recordist
Dominique Levert ... sound
Jean-Alexandre Villemer ... sound recordist

Special Effects by

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Charles-Axel Vollard ... special effects technician

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Lohengrin Braconnier ... assistant colorist
Philippe Frère ... digital compositor
Gianni Manno ... digital compositing artist
Jean-Francois Michelas ... visual effects supervisor
Fredrik Monteil ... digital compositor
Rodney Musso ... assistant colorist: Digital Factory
Julien Record ... digital compositor
Virginie Wintrebert ... visual effects coordinator

Stunts

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Michel Julienne ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Julien Bureau ... first assistant camera
Stéphane Duchemin ... grip
Isabelle Dumas ... assistant camera
Xavier Embry ... key grip
Hugues Espinasse ... focus puller
Yannick Esteffe ... grip
Guillaume Genini ... focus puller
Eric Gies ... electrician
Jean-Pierre Lacroix ... gaffer
Brahim Ouchene ... electrician
Etienne Saldés ... grip
Benoît Theunissen ... camera & steadicam operator
Vincent Tulasne ... second assistant camera
Charlotte Vitroly ... second assistant camera
Jean-Pierre Voisin ... electrician
Sylvestre Dedise ... electrician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Priscilla Gessati ... extras casting
Bérangère Nicolle ... extras casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Mathilde Fontaine ... wardrobe
Janina Ryba ... costumer

Music Department

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Camille Adrien ... composer: additional music / orchestrator
Giovanni Arcadu ... music supervisor
Didier Francois ... musician: nyckelharpa
Didier Francois ... violin
Thomas Jamois ... soundtrack coordinator
Emilie Ruby ... music editor

Other crew

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Kim Courcelle ... production administrator
Pascal Luneau ... acting coach: Pierre Palmade
Delphine Olivier ... press attache
François Roelants ... press attache
Dominique Segall ... press attache
Charles Sire ... assistant script
Claudine Taulère ... script supervisor
Maria Uzelac ... production secretary
Jean Philippe Varin ... animal wrangler (as Jean-Philippe Varin)

Thanks

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Alexandre Arcady ... thanks
Sacha ... dedicatee

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

France, 1950s. From the Quartier Latin to Saint-Tropez via New York, a young Parisienne becomes the icon of a whole generation. In 1954, 19-year-old Francoise Sagan shot to fame with her first novel, Bonjour Tristesse. Flamboyant, scandalous and underrated, Sagan lived her life at the furthest edge of excess. She won and lost fortunes at the roulette table, bought and crashed superb sports cars, drank, danced and partied, leaving a trail of lovers in her wake. Written by The Film Catalogue

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Also Known As
  • Sagan: Un charmant petit monstre (France)
  • Sagan: Des bleus à l'âme (France)
  • Bonjour Sagan (Germany)
  • Bonjour Tristesse, Hello Sagan (Netherlands)
  • Bonjour Sagan (Sweden)
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Runtime
  • 180 min
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Trivia "Sagan" was originally produced and shot as a two-part TV miniseries (2 x 90'). When seeing it, Luc Besson (director, producer but also distributor) decided to purchase the screen rights and released it after having trimmed it down to a two hour feature film. See more »
Goofs When Françoise chooses her pen name, we can see the bar code on the back cover of the book. Such detail could not exist in the 1950s. See more »
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