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"Marius" takes place in Marseilles' Old Port, at the La Marine Bar, owned by César and his son Marius. Marius' biggest dream is to embark on one of the boats passing by his dad's bar and to... See more »

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César
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Marius
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Panisse
Victoire Bélézy ...
Fanny
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Honorine
Nicolas Vaude ...
M. Brun
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Escartefigue
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Piquoiseau
Jean-Louis Barcelona ...
Frisepoulet
Martine Diotalevi ...
Mme Escartefigue
Roger Souza ...
Le commis
Laurent Fernandez ...
Le premier marin du Coromandel
Charlie Nelson ...
Le second de la Malaisie
Michel Ferracci ...
Le deuxième marin du Coromandel
Frédéric Gérard ...
Amourdedieu
Ryad Lovera ...
Le jeune garçon
Jean-Jérôme Esposito ...
Un poivrot
Ricky Tribord ...
Un poivrot
Oumar Diaw ...
Un poivrot
Candide Sanchez ...
Le type Beau Rivage
Eliane Zayan ...
La dame à la fenêtre
Salvatore Caltabiano ...
Doublure César
Joseph Argento ...
Orchestre du bal (chanteur)
Philippe Richard ...
Orchestre du bal (accordéoniste)
André Ascheri ...
Orchestre du bal (Batterie)
Jean-Raoul Max Siné ...
Orchestre du bal (banjo)
Yves Verdier ...
L'accordéaoniste du Caboulot
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laurent Casanova ...
Pêcheur (uncredited)
Eric Moreau ...
Ouvrier / Client du bar (uncredited)

Directed by

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Daniel Auteuil

Written by

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Marcel Pagnol ... (play)
 
Daniel Auteuil ... (adaptation)

Produced by

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Julien Madon ... associate producer
Alain Sarde ... producer
Jérôme Seydoux ... producer

Music by

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Alexandre Desplat

Cinematography by

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Jean-François Robin

Editorial Department

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Amélie Dibon ... post-production manager
François Dupuy ... technical manager: digimage
Emmanuel Fortin ... colorist: dailies
Charles Fréville ... colorist
Géraldine Gues ... dailies coordinator
Justine Quesnoit ... post-production coordinator
Audrey Samson ... color assistant / conform editor
Julien Souchet ... dailies coordinator
Antoine Yar ... digital lab operator (uncredited)

Casting By

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Coralie Amedeo
Elodie Demey

Production Design by

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Christian Marti

Set Decoration by

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Muriel Gilabert

Makeup Department

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Laurence Boulet ... hair stylist
Laurent Bozzi ... key hair stylist
Marie-Pierre Hattabi ... hair stylist
Hugues Lavau ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Martin Berléand ... assistant unit manager
Aurélie Brenguier ... assistant unit manager
Florent Cassiani-Ingoni ... assistant production manager
Gérard Gaultier ... production manager
François Menny ... unit manager
Gaspard Rivoire ... assistant unit manager
Philippe Vaïsse ... unit manager runner
Marthe Visseaux ... assistant production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Benoît Baraquin ... second assistant director
Nadia Chaabani ... trainee assistant director
Aurélien Chevalarias ... third assistant director
Alexis de la Mure ... third assistant director
Olivier Falkowski ... second assistant director
Alain Olivieri ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Suzanne Arhex ... painter
Philippe Boucherot ... props buyer
Margaux Coste ... assistant art director
Gladys Garot ... first art director assistant
Maite Goblet ... assistant art director
Bertrand Hée ... first assistant art director
Axel Mauge ... set props
Julie Plumelle ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Fanchon Brulé ... dialogue editor
Axel Damamme ... assistant sound assistant
Thomas Gauder ... re-recording mixer
Clément Lemariey ... trainee assistant sound
Mélanie Moreira ... sound assistant
Pierre Picq ... boom operator
Emmanuel Pietri ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Georges Demétrau ... special effects supervisor
Max Garnier ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Jerome Binckly ... digital compositor
Anthony Charbonnier ... digital compositor
Thierry Flament ... visual effects artist
Laurie Kotfila ... i/o vfx support
Thibault Martegani ... digital compositor
Frederic Moreau ... visual effects designer
Sarah Moreau ... visual effects producer
Fred Roz ... titles
Mikael Tanguy ... visual effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jérôme Baudouin ... electrician
Berto ... camera operator
Tahar Boualam ... genny operator
Michel Bouquerel ... electrician
Michael Jean Bretones ... electrician
Frédéric Cantin ... grip
Bruno Dumoulin ... electrician
Thierry Durand ... electrician
Alexandre Fafin ... extra grip
Marcel Jacques ... rigging gaffer
Nicolas Juge ... best boy electric
Julien Lopez ... genny operator
Jonathan Ly ... rigging grip
Laurent Malek ... electrician
Flavio Manriquez ... first assistant camera "b" camera
Khalid Meziane ... electrician
Tom Mitaux ... electrician
Benjamin Prevost ... electrician
Giovanni Quéné ... grip
Alexis Robin ... second assistant camera
Olivier Rodriguez ... gaffer
Didier Rollot ... electrician
Patrick Rotily ... electrician
Olivier Sargatal ... electrician
Laurent Tibessart ... electrician
Clément Valette ... electrician
Whilem van Overbeck ... genny operator

Casting Department

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Tristan Ravasco ... extras casting
Fanny Villier ... extras casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Carole Chollet ... costumer
Céline Collobert ... additional costume assistant
Caroline de Tugny ... patina & tint
Aurore Pageot ... principal dresser
Céline Pelé ... textile artist
Cécile Sage ... trainee textile artist

Music Department

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Romain Allender ... music programmer
Jean-Pascal Beintus ... orchestrator
Nicolas Charron ... orchestrator
Andrew Dudman ... score mixing engineer / score recording engineer
Elise Luguern ... music licenses
Sylvain Morizet ... orchestrator
Anne-Sophie Versnaeyen ... orchestrator

Other crew

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Josiane Morand ... script supervisor
Vincent Stevenel ... production accountant

Production Companies

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Distributors

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  • Kino Lorber (2014) (United States) (theatrical)
  • Pathé (2013) (France) (theatrical)

Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

"Marius" takes place in Marseilles' Old Port, at the La Marine Bar, owned by César and his son Marius. Marius' biggest dream is to embark on one of the boats passing by his dad's bar and to set off to a faraway land. Fanny, a young and pretty seafood peddler, has secretly been in love with Marius since her childhood; Marius, never admitting it, has always loved Fanny. One day, a sailor drops by La Marine and offers him a job on an exploratory ship. Trying to hold him off and to make him jealous, Fanny confesses his love to him and provokes a fight between Marius and one of César's old friends, Panisse, a boat merchant, who despite his old age, has been courting Fanny for a while. Torn between the call of the sea and his love for her, Marius abandons his dream to be with Fanny who gives herself to him. As César and Honorine, Fanny's mother, are getting ready for the wedding, Marius changes his mind, drawn back to the call of the sea. Sacrificing her love, Fanny convinces Marius to embark on his journey, leaving her behind. Devastated but holding back her tears, she hides Marius' decision to his father.

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Also Known As
  • Мариус (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 93 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia A new and very different version of the movie Marius (1931) See more »
Goofs The song COME PRIMA performed in the film was composed and first released in 1957 (sung by Tony Dallara). The film is set in twenties or thirties far before the song was ever issued. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Fanny (2013). See more »
Soundtracks COME PRIMA See more »

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