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La maison Nucingen ()


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Surreal gothic comedy about a gambler who wins a strange Chilean mansion and takes his frail wife there.

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Anne-Marie
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William Henry James III
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Bastien
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Léonore
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Lotte (as Laure de Clermont)
Thomas Durand ...
Dieter
Miriam Heard ...
Ully
Luis Mora ...
El doctor
Anna Sigalevitch ...
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Olivier Torres ...
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François Margolin ...
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Directed by

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Raoul Ruiz

Written by

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Raoul Ruiz ... (scenario)
 
Honoré de Balzac ... (based on a story)

Produced by

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Christian Aspèe ... executive producer (as Christian Aspee)
Martine de Clermont-Tonnerre ... associate producer
François Margolin ... producer

Music by

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Jorge Arriagada

Cinematography by

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Jacques Bouquin
Inti Briones

Film Editing by

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Béatrice Clérico

Production Design by

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Verónica Astudillo
Raoul Ruiz

Art Direction by

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Verónica Astudillo

Costume Design by

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Lola Cabezas
Valeria Sarmiento

Makeup Department

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Clara Farto ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Florence Cohen ... production manager
Andres Oyarzún ... production manager

Sound Department

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Daniel Gries ... foley artist
Claire-Anne Largeron ... sound editor
Gérard Rousseau ... sound
Felipe Zabala ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Victor Uribe ... assistant camera (as Víctor Uribe)

Music Department

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Anna Sigalevitch ... musician: piano

Other crew

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Geraldine Guardia ... continuity

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Also Known As
  • Mademoiselle Christine (France)
  • La casa Nucingen (Chile)
  • Miss Christina (World-wide, English title)
  • Nucingen House (World-wide, English title)
  • A Casa Nucingen (Brazil)
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  • 94 min
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Trivia During prep, cast and crew were asked to watch Dreyer's Vampyr (1932), Ulmer's The Black Cat (1934) and Tourneur's I Walked with a Zombie (1943). See more »

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