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Godard Mon Amour ()

Le Redoutable (original title)
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In 1967, during the making of "La Chinoise," film director Jean-Luc Godard falls in love with 19-year-old actress Anne Wiazemsky and marries her.

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Cast

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Jean-Luc Godard
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Anne Wiazemsky
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Michèle Rosier
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Bamban
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Michel Cournot
Félix Kysyl ...
Jean-Pierre Gorin
Arthur Orcier ...
Jean-Henri Roger dit Jean-Jock
Marc Fraize ...
Emile
Romain Goupil ...
Le flic cinéphile
Jean-Pierre Mocky ...
Le client du restaurant
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Bernardo Bertolucci
Emmanuele Aita ...
Marco Ferreri
Matteo Martari ...
Marco Margine
Stéphane Varupenne ...
Le publicitaire Eric de la Meignière
Philippe Girard ...
Jean Vilar
Laurent Soffiati ...
L'étudiant en cinéma fan de Godard
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Paul
Esteban Carvajal-Alegria ...
Le leader étudiant à la Sorbonne
Paul Minthe ...
Le manifestant qui aime Belmondo
Yvon Martin ...
Le jeune homme au cocktail qui ne connaît pas Gorin
Rodolphe Pauly ...
Le premier journaliste à Avignon
Pierre Aussedat ...
Le serveur du restaurant
Eric Rulliat ...
Un homme à la soirée
Elsa Bouchain ...
Une femme à la soirée
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Un homme à la soirée
Matthieu Dessertine ...
Le type d'en haut à la réunion de la Sorbonne
Roman Kané ...
Un jeune danseur à la fête
Serpentine Teyssier ...
Une dame au cocktail
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Une jeune manifestante
Elian Bimbocci ...
Un jeune manifestant
Clovis Fouin ...
Un leader étudiant
Didier Bourguignon ...
Le deuxième journaliste à Avignon
Alain Guillo ...
Le troisième journaliste à Avignon
Olivia Forest ...
La quatrième journaliste à Avignon
Anny Romand ...
La cliente du restaurant
Gerardo Maffei ...
Le critique italien
Milio Ilario ...
Le serveur italien
Thomas Blumenthal ...
Un technicien de l'équipe de Vent d'Est
Bartholomew Boutellis ...
Un technicien de l'équipe de Vent d'Est
Lyré Gonty ...
L'opticienne
Thierry Barthe ...
Le patron du restaurant
Alain Paties ...
Le policier au restaurant
Philippe Levy ...
Le chef opérateur italien
Giulia Dussollier ...
Paola Bertolucci
Margo Blache ...
La maquilleuse italienne
Stéphane Lindon ...
(voice)
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Hubert Drac ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aurélie Matéo
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Un militant (uncredited)
Nicolas Dussaut ...
Un militant (uncredited)
Fabien Hagege ...
Un manifestant (uncredited)
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L'un des narrateurs (uncredited) (voice)
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Une technicienne (uncredited)
Tanya Lopert ...
Petit rôle (uncredited)
Marc Brun Adryan' ...
Un journaliste (uncredited)
Eric Marcel ...
Un conférencier (uncredited)
Vincent Moussie ...
Un étudiant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michel Hazanavicius

Written by

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Michel Hazanavicius ... (script by)
 
Anne Wiazemsky ... (adapted from the novel "Un an après" by)

Produced by

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Daniel Delume ... executive producer
Daniele Esposito ... Italian Production
Florence Gastaud ... producer
Simone Gattoni ... italian production
Michel Hazanavicius ... producer
Win Maw ... associate producer
Riad Sattouf ... producer

Cinematography by

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Guillaume Schiffman

Film Editing by

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Anne-Sophie Bion
Michel Hazanavicius

Editorial Department

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Miguel Bejo ... digital dailies colorist
Camille Delprat ... first assistant editor
Richard Deusy ... colorist
Géraldine Gues ... post-production coordinator
Sahra Mekki ... assembly editor
Matthieu Monteux ... dcp mastering
Le Labo Paris ... laboratory
Antoine Yar ... colorist assist

Casting By

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Stéphane Touitou

Production Design by

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Christian Marti

Set Decoration by

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Suzanne Arhex ... (set painter)

Costume Design by

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Sabrina Riccardi

Makeup Department

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Frédéric Balmer ... special makeup effects artist
Margo Blache ... key hair stylist
Avril Carpentier ... makeup artist
Bénédicte De Lataillade ... makeup artist
Clarisse Domine ... additional makeup artist
Magalie Dumas ... additional makeup artist
Marthe Faucouit ... makeup artist
Frédérique Foglia ... special makeup effects artist
Mathilde Josset ... key makeup artist
Elodie Leprince ... daily make-up artist
Sandrine Masson ... key hair stylist
Stephanie Orillard ... makeup artist
Melanie Queyrel Carreno ... key makeup artist
Fabie Roger-Clech ... makeup artist (as Fabie Roger)
Marilyne Scarselli ... additional hair stylist
Linda Schwach ... hair stylist
Jérôme Ventura ... additional hair stylist
Vichika Yorn ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Julien Feuillatre ... assistant unit manager: Extra Walki Talki
Mathilda Gesson ... assistant unit manager
Benoit Loncan ... assistant unit manager
Mario Maquedano ... additional assistant unit manager
Marian Martinet ... assistant unit manager
Frank Mettre ... post-production supervisor
Charles Miambanzila ... assistant unit manager
Solange Moulière ... additional assistant unit manager
François Pulliat ... unit manager
Roxanne Vallet ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mickael Abbate ... additional assistant director
Lola Berteloot ... second assistant director
Myriam Chibane ... assistant director
Julien Forest ... additional assistant director
Mikaël Gaudin ... crowd assistant director
Bruce Isler ... additional assistant director
Sonia Mandelbaum ... third assistant director
Michael Pontvert ... Additional Assistant Director
Joseph Rapp ... first assistant director
Carole Reinhard ... assistant director: location scout
Sophie Thurin ... additional assistant director

Art Department

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Suzanne Arhex ... set dresser
Arnaud Beaute ... key sculptor
Benoist Buttin ... assistant art director
Justine Gaillard ... prop buyer
Gladys Garot ... 1st assistant art director
Maite Goblet ... assistant art director
Bertrand Hée ... first assistant art director
Thibaut Peschard ... construction buyer
Nicolas Raffy ... property master
Anne Lise Schaich ... Property owner manager

Sound Department

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Jérôme Aghion ... sound engineer
Mélanie Blouin ... sound editor
Nicolas Bouvet ... supervising sound editor
Michele Gualdrini ... re-recording mixer
Jean-Paul Hurier ... re-recording mixer
Manon Medina ... mix technician
Charles Michaud ... sound mastering engineer
Jean Minondo ... sound engineer
Geoffrey Terreau ... sound assistant
Malo Thouément ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Sylvain Tardiveau ... animation and special effects

Visual Effects by

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Philippe Aubry ... visual effects supervisor
Jerome Auliac ... digital compositor
Dimitri Castiglioni ... digital compositor
Irène Cunat ... digital compositor
David Danesi ... visual effects producer
Thibaut Granier ... visual effects artist
Nicolas Lacroix ... visual effects producer
Arthur Lemaitre ... visual effects supervisor
Adrien Sérir ... visual effects artist
Clement Zveguintzoff ... visual effects producer

Stunts

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Hugo Bariller ... stunt performer
Florian Beaumont ... stunt performer
Eddy Benguedih ... stunt performer
Jonathan Bernard ... stunt performer
Drhyan Colladant ... stunt performer
Lucas Dollfus ... stunt performer
Jérôme Gaspard ... stunt performer
Chad Guégan ... stunt performer
Pascal Guégan ... assistant stunt coordinator
Philippe Guégan ... stunts
Sean Guégan ... stunt performer
Simon Luttringer ... stunt performer
Alexandre Moreira ... stunt performer
Nicolas Pauget ... stunt performer
Christophe Picot ... stunt performer
Nicolas Retabi ... stunt performer
Thierry Saelens ... stunt performer
Jeremy Senelier ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Philippe Aubry ... still photographer
Simon Bérard ... gaffer
Marc Dumontet ... second assistant camera
Yannig Dumoulin ... second additional assistant camera
Loic Evenou ... camera operator: additional
Guillaume Genini ... first assistant camera a
Hans Krumenacker ... electrician
Mathieu Langlois ... grip
Stella Libert ... additional first assistant camera
Loïc Limosin ... best boy electric
Paul Morin ... additional second assistant camera
John Morrison ... steadicam operator
Jana Noel ... video assist
Natacha Raymond ... additional first assistant camera
Redoutable ... additional "b" camera first assistant
Pietro Rosso ... electrician
Elena Sani ... Video Assistant Italy Unit
Benjamin Vial ... best boy grip
Haruyo Yokota ... additional second assistant camera

Animation Department

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Raphaël Rousseau ... character animator

Casting Department

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Harold Deluermoz ... extras casting
Bintou Diarra ... extras casting
Anne Fremiot ... casting associate
Laurent Soulet ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Célia Bardoux ... wardrobe assistant
Nathalie Benros ... costumer
Damien Bonduel ... assistant unit manager costume
Magali Bonnot ... seamstress
Jérôme Brousseau ... wardrobe
Claire Chanat ... key costumer
Nadia Cherouk ... wardrobe
Dominique Cristina ... costumer
Didier Despin ... tailor shop supervisor
Mélanie Fuchs ... wardrobe assistant
Camille Guéret ... seamstress
Sandrine Langen ... wardrobe
Elsa Le Guichard ... wardrobe
Bruce Lignerat ... costumer
Jessica Benyayer McCraven ... key ager/dyer
Julian Moeglin ... wardrobe
Marion Morice ... costumer
Chanael Nkamleu ... costume assistant
Aurore Pageot ... additional set wardrobe
Elen Pavlovic ... costume supervisor
Antonin Petit ... additional set wardrobe
Clémence Roger-Ribun ... wardrobe assistant
Camille Testa ... seamstress
Emmanuel Thoze ... unit manager costume

Location Management

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Valentin Françoise ... location assistant
Matthieu Renaud ... assistant location manager
Edouard Sueur ... location production assistant: daily

Music Department

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Raphael Hamburger ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Gilles Camy ... action vehicle coordinator assistant: picture cars
Marcello Cardinale ... driver: italy
Charles Heidet ... picture vehicle supervisor

Other crew

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Julien Bectarte ... assistant to producers
Laure Blaess ... production accountant
Stéphane Bourdon ... armourer
Monica Donati ... press attache
Nelly Dugelay ... assistant script supervisor
Barthélémy Dupont ... assistant press attaché
Alexandra Kan ... production assistant
Fernando Lueches ... marketing and publicity: Spain
Myriam Rak ... legal clearance supervisor
Isabelle Ribis ... script supervisor

Thanks

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François-Régis Jeanne ... thanks
Camille Loiret ... the producers wish to thank

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Distributors

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Paris, 1967. Jean-Luc Godard, the maker of "A bout de souffle", "Le Mépris" and "Pierrot le fou", idolized by critics and intellectuals, is shifting from revolutionizing cinema to becoming a revolutionary tout court. Isn't he shooting "La Chinoise", more a political tract in favor of Maoism than an actual movie? His female star is Anne Wiazemsky, writer François Mauriac's granddaughter, sixteen years his junior. Anne and Jean-Luc have been dating since 1966 and they marry this very year. She admires Jean-Luc's originality, intelligence, wit and boldness while he loves Anne's freshness and - admiration of him. But May 1968 puts their marriage to the test. Godard, who is more and more involved in the revolution, indeed becomes less and less available to his young wife, which does not prevent him from acting jealous. It also looks as if the genius is losing his sense of humor. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Also Known As
  • Godard Mon Amour (United States)
  • Redoubtable (United Kingdom)
  • Mal genio (Spain)
  • Yo, Godard (Uruguay)
  • Godard, Mon Amour (Argentina)
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Runtime
  • 107 min
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Budget EUR11,110,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Jean-Luc Godard himself called the movie a "stupid, stupid idea". The creators of the film then put this quote on the poster in very large font. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in O formidável Godard, o cinema e a política (2018). See more »
Soundtracks Azzurro See more »
Quotes Jean-Luc Godard: Politics is like shoes. There's a left and a right, but eventually you will want to go barefoot.
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