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La dernière folie de Claire Darling ()


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In Verderonne, a small village in the Oise, it's the first day of summer and Claire Darling wakes up convinced to live her last day - She then decides to empty her house and brade everything... See more »

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Claire Darling
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Marie Darling
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Claire Darling jeune
Laure Calamy ...
Martine Leroy
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Amir
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Claude Darling
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Père Georges
Colomba Giovanni ...
Marie Darling jeune
Simon Thomas ...
Martin Darling
Mona Goinard ...
Marie Darling enfant
Joseph Flammer ...
Martin Darling enfant
Lewine Weber-Monfort ...
Martine Leroy enfant (as Lewine Weber)
Amine Mejri ...
Amir jeune
Julien Chavrial ...
Père Georges jeune
Angèle Meunier-Bertuccelli ...
La petite sauvageonne
Sarah Chaumette ...
Patronne café
Valentin Dériaud ...
Lucas
Yasin Houicha ...
Rachid
Morgan Niquet ...
Kevin
Jérémy Beuvin ...
Jimmy (as Jeremy Beudin)
Anne Benoît ...
Madame Hiram
Frédéric Kunze ...
Homme billets
Gilles Albertini ...
Monsieur Hiram
Stéphane Vasseur ...
Homme tableau Belle
Asmahan Guesmi-Bory ...
Fille Amir
Malorie Coppé ...
Femme automates
Tybalt Coppé ...
Enfant automates
Sébastien Leclerc ...
Acheteur
Alexis Mast ...
Acheteur
Jean-Pierre Duart ...
Acheteur
Anaëlle Hallet ...
Acheteuse
Anthony Malbert ...
Acheteur
Joëlle Saminnadin ...
Acheteuse (as Djelle Saminnadin)
Nourredine Belhadj ...
Homme dentelles
Jacques Chartier ...
Homme pointeuse
Alexandra Royan ...
Infirmière hôpital
Nicole Bussy ...
Circassien
Gaël Payet ...
Circassien
Magdalena Vincente ...
Circassienne
Loreley Werdyn ...
Circassienne
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Circassienne
Xun Liang ...
Circassienne
Lucia Nocentini ...
Circassienne
Sandrine Villemard ...
Circassienne

Directed by

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Julie Bertuccelli

Written by

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Julie Bertuccelli ... (adaptation)
 
Julie Bertuccelli ... (dialogue)
 
Julie Bertuccelli ... (screenplay)
 
Marion Doussot ... (adaptation)
 
Marion Doussot ... (dialogue)
 
Mariette Désert ... (adaptation)
 
Mariette Désert ... (dialogue)
 
Sophie Fillières ... (adaptation)
 
Sophie Fillières ... (dialogue)
 
Sophie Fillières ... (screenplay)
 
Lynda Rutledge ... (novel)

Produced by

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Yael Fogiel ... producer
Laetitia Gonzalez ... producer

Cinematography by

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Irina Lubtchansky

Film Editing by

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François Gédigier

Editorial Department

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Esther Frey ... assistant editor
Guillaume Lips ... colorist

Costume Design by

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Nathalie Raoul

Makeup Department

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Jérôme Caron ... hair stylist
Jean-Jacques Puchu ... key hair stylist
Raphaële Thiercelin ... additional makeup artist

Production Management

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Solène Dassonville ... assistant unit manager
Christelle Didier ... post-production supervisor
Olivier Hélie ... production manager
Clémence Névot ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Stéphane Manaranche ... second assistant director
Ambre Pepin ... crowd assistant director
Marilou Signolet ... second assistant director
Dylan Talleux ... first assistant director
Maya Trotta ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Emmanuel de Chauvigny ... set designer
Claire Tavernier ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Nicolas Fioraso ... foley artist
Olivier Goinard ... re-recording mixer
Juliette Heintz ... dialogue editor
Nikolas Javelle ... sound editor
Fred Mays ... post-synchronisation
Julien Sicart ... sound mixer
Xavier Thieulin ... adr mixer

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Clément Germain ... visual effects supervisor
Fabrice Lagayette ... digital artist
Guillaume Marien ... visual effects producer
Nadège Moreau ... visual effects coordinator
Hélène Saint-Riquier ... visual effects line producer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Laurent Bourgeat ... gaffer
François Dupuis ... grip
Arnaud Dutarte ... best boy electrician
Guy Ferrandis ... still photographer
Aurélien Gabory ... grip
Maxime Guérin ... second assistant camera
Camille Houguenague ... electrician
Pierre-Hubert Martin ... first assistant camera
Rogerio Osario ... extra electrician
Brahim Ouchene ... gennie operator
Thierry Ramanana ... grip
Nicolas Rapin ... electrician
François-Xavier Walter ... grip

Casting Department

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Nathalie de Médrano ... extras casting
Benjamin Silvera ... extras casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sandrine Langen ... set costumer
Lucie Maggiar ... costumer

Location Management

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Damien Bonduel ... location production assistant
Severine Deluc ... location scout
Séverine Deluc ... location scout
Margot Luneau ... location manager / unit manager
Pierre-André Noël ... assistant unit manager
David Thooris ... location production assistant

Other crew

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Garance Cosimano ... production coordinator
Inès Daïen Dasi ... script editor
Clemence Guillon ... production assistant
Marie Guillon ... production accountant
Daniel Henriot ... assistant administrator
Michèle Massé ... location manager

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Plot Summary

In Verderonne, a small village in the Oise, it's the first day of summer and Claire Darling wakes up convinced to live her last day - She then decides to empty her house and brade everything without distinction, Tiffany lamps to the collection clock. The objects so loved echo her tragic and flamboyant life. This last madness brings back Mary, her daughter, whom she has not seen for 20 years. Written by Hugo Van Herpe

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Also Known As
  • Claire Darling (World-wide, English title)
  • Der Flohmarkt von Madame Claire (Germany)
  • La última locura de Claire Darling (Spain)
  • Клер Дарлинг (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Claire Darling utolsó húzása (Hungary)
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  • 94 min
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Movie Connections Referenced in Episode #3.12 (2019). See more »

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