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Set on the French Riviera in the summer of 1915, Jean Renoir -- son of the Impressionist painter, Pierre-Auguste -- returns home to convalesce after being wounded in World War I. At his side... See more »

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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Andrée Heuschling
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Jean Renoir
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Coco Renoir
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Gabrielle
Michèle Gleizer ...
Aline Renoir
Laurent Poitrenaux ...
Pierre Renoir
Anne-Lise Heimburger ...
La boulangère (as Annelise Heimburger)
Sylviane Goudal ...
La Grand'Louise
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Madeleine
Emmanuelle Lepoutre ...
La Médecine
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Docteur Pratt
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Le brocanteur (as Thierry Hancisse de la Comédie Française)
Alice Barnole ...
Fille cabaret
Jean Adrien Espiasse ...
Aviateur cabaret 1 (as Jean-Adrien Espiasse)
Jean-Marc Bellu ...
Aviateur cabaret 2
Antoine Champème ...
Aviateur Collettes
Cécile Rittweger ...
Servante Collettes (as Cecile Rittweger)
Joséphine Chillari ...
Cuisinière Collettes
Marion Lecrivain ...
Véra (as Marion Lécrivain)
Flora Balbo ...
Femme de chambre
Hervé Briaux ...
Vollard
Stuart Seide ...
Dr. Barnes
Paul Spera ...
Secrétaire Barnes / Barnes' Secretary
Hélène Babu ...
Odette
Marie Gili-Pierre ...
Gouvernante hôtel

Directed by

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Gilles Bourdos

Written by

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Jacques Renoir ... (based on work ''Le tableau amoureux' by)
 
Gilles Bourdos ... (screenplay) and
Jérôme Tonnerre ... (screenplay)
 
Michel Spinosa ... (screenplay collaboration)

Produced by

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Christine De Jekel ... executive producer
Olivier Delbosc ... producer
Marc Missonnier ... producer

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Alexandre Desplat

Cinematography by

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Ping Bin Lee ... (as Mark Ping Bing Lee)

Film Editing by

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Yannick Kergoat

Editorial Department

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Mathieu Liron ... digital lab operator
Fabien Napoli ... dailies color grader

Casting By

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Elsa Pharaon
Richard Rousseau

Production Design by

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Benoît Barouh

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Dévi Tirouvanziam

Costume Design by

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Pascaline Chavanne

Makeup Department

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Amélie Bouilly ... makeup artist (additional)
Michèle Constantinides ... key makeup artist
Elisa Costa ... makeup artist
Sylvie Ferry ... prosthetic supervisor
Patrick Girault ... key hair stylist
Mathilde Humeau ... makeup artist
Pascal Larue ... special makeup effects artist
Karine Meyer ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Samuel Amar ... production manager
Benjamin Granier ... general manager
Francois Jaunet ... assistant unit manager
Régis Quintal ... assistant unit manager
Jean-Baptiste Rogez ... assistant unit manager
Clara Vincienne ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Nicolas Bergeret ... trainee assistant director
Christophe Marillier ... first assistant director
Marc Milani ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Teddy Barouh ... graphic designer
Margaux Coste ... art department trainee
Yann Dury ... assistant art director
Adrien Ernandez ... assistant art director
Colombe Gillet ... assistant set designer
Nicolas Javel ... construction coordinator
Claire Sophie Plaksine ... 2nd assistant art director
Dévi Tirouvanziam ... set designer

Sound Department

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Niels Barletta ... sound mastering engineer
Axel Damamme ... assistant sound assistant
Anne Delacour ... dialogue editor
Valérie Deloof ... supervising sound editor
Cyril Holtz ... re-recording mixer
Michel Monier ... sound consultant: dolby
Philippe Penot ... foley artist
Pierre Picq ... boom operator
Gaël Sicot ... boom operator
Deborah Stauffer ... assistant sound editor
Matthieu Tertois ... sound mix technician
François Waledisch ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Cyril Hipaux ... special effects makeup

Visual Effects by

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Christophe Lucotte ... visual effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Laurent Coudoux ... electrician
Jean-Yves Freess ... grip
Yannick Freess ... grip
Hans Krumenacker ... gaffer
Nathalie Lao ... second assistant camera
Sophie Lemaire ... first assistant b camera
Jean-Marie Leroy ... still photographer
Abdellatif Meziane ... groupman
Fabienne Octobre ... a camera focus puller
Pierre Olivier ... assistant camera
François Perrault-Alix ... key grip
Etienne Saldés ... b-cam operator / second unit director of photography / steadicam operator
Honoré Soubrie ... grip

Casting Department

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Kalima Hammond ... casting assistant
Richard Rousseau ... casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Catherine Boisgontier ... assistant costume designer
Camille Champenois ... wardrobe

Location Management

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Valérie Segond ... location scout

Music Department

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Nicolas Charron ... orchestrator
Dominique Lemonnier ... musician: violin
Ludovick Tartavel ... scoring protools engineer

Other crew

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Pilar Billiet ... continuity
Marie-Christine Damiens ... press
Valérie Genty ... production administrator
Melanie Grywnow ... trainee production assistant
Guillaume Lirondiere ... director of legal and business affairs
Delphine Mayele ... press: international
Magalie Montet ... press: international
Jean-Baptiste Morguet ... legal manager
Clémentine Mourão-Ferreira ... finance manager
Alexander Norton ... production assistant
Jeremy Pronier ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Set on the French Riviera in the summer of 1915, Jean Renoir -- son of the Impressionist painter, Pierre-Auguste -- returns home to convalesce after being wounded in World War I. At his side is Andrée, a young woman who rejuvenates, enchants, and inspires both father and son. Written by Samuel Goldwyn Films

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Also Known As
  • Ренуар (Russia)
  • Реноар (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 111 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Official submission of France to the Oscars 2014 best foreign language film category. See more »
Goofs The second time Renoir draws Andrée, after sending Coco/Claude away, the shot of Andree topless goes back and forth, each time her hair changes from draped over her front to behind her back. It is so obvious it's hard to believe anyone missed it. See more »
Movie Connections Features Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916). See more »
Soundtracks Shimmy Dédée See more »
Quotes Pierre-Auguste Renoir: You're rather modest for an actress.
Andrée Heuschling: Actress doesn't mean whore.
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