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Cyrano, My Love ()

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December 1897, Paris. Edmond Rostand is not yet thirty but already two children and a lot of anxieties. He has not written anything for two years. In desperation, he offers the great... See more »

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Edmond Rostand
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Constant Coquelin
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Maria Legault
Tom Leeb ...
Léonidas Léo Volny
Lucie Boujenah ...
Jeanne d'Alcie
Alice de Lencquesaing ...
Rosemonde Gérard
Clémentine Célarié ...
Sarah Bernhardt
Igor Gotesman ...
Jean Coquelin
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Lucien - le régisseur
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Ange Floury
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Marcel Floury
Jean-Michel Martial ...
Monsieur Honoré
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Georges Feydeau
Benjamin Bellecour ...
Georges Courteline
Olivier Lejeune ...
Le vieux cabot / Carbon / De Guiche
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Le comédien arrogant / Le Bret / Lignières
Guillaume Bouchède ...
Le comédien sceptique
Pascal Zelcer ...
Le costumier du Théâtre du Palais Royal
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Jules Clarétie
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Suzon
Jeanne Arènes ...
Jacqueline (as Jeanne Arenes)
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L'huissier
Marc Citti ...
Hippolyte - le réceptionniste de l'hôtel d'Issoudun
Dominique Besnehard ...
Le directeur du Théâtre de la Renaissance
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Le client raciste
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Anton Tchekhov
Constance Labbé ...
L'habilleuse de Sarah Bernardt
Alexandre Blazy ...
L'employé de la gare
Vincent Joncquez ...
Le journaliste
Paul Jeanson ...
Le premier critique
Mathieu Metral ...
Le deuxième critique
Fayçal Safi ...
Joseph - l'ouvrier
Sophie de Fürst ...
Collègue Jeanne
Guillaume Riant ...
Le serveur de Chez Honoré
Adrien Cauchetier ...
Le conducteur de voiture
Maud Baecker ...
La serveuse du Moulin Rouge
Michel Derville ...
Antoine Lumière
Arnaud Dupont ...
Georges Méliès
Martin Veliky ...
Constantin Stanislavski
Hélène Babu ...
La mère de Rose
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Iveta Elisabeth Lit ...
Escort
Gabriel Viger ...
Le vendeur de journaux (uncredited)

Directed by

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Alexis Michalik

Written by

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Alexis Michalik ... (adaptation)
 
Alexis Michalik ... (dialogue)
 
Alexis Michalik ... (original idea)
 
Alexis Michalik ... (play)
 
Alexis Michalik ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Benjamin Bellecour ... co-producer
Axelle Boucaï ... associate producer
Cyrille Bragnier ... executive producer
Serge de Poucques ... co-producer
Axel Decis ... associate producer
Vanessa Djian ... co-producer
Sidonie Dumas ... co-producer
Sylvain Goldberg ... co-producer
Alain Goldman ... producer (as Ilan Goldman)
Cédric Iland ... co-producer
Nadia Khamlichi ... co-producer
Catherine Morisse ... associate producer (as Catherine Morisse-Monceau)
Adrian Politowski ... co-producer
Gilles Waterkeyn ... co-producer

Music by

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Romain Trouillet

Cinematography by

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Giovanni Fiore Coltellacci

Film Editing by

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Anny Danché
Marie Silvi

Editorial Department

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Arnaud Caréo ... technical director: Le Labo Paris
Gilles Granier ... colorist: Le Labo Paris
Grégoire Lesturgie ... eclaircolor colorist
Matthieu Monteux ... dcp mastering
Le Labo Paris ... laboratory
Ines Sanchez ... colorist: dailies
Julien Vaugelade ... assistant editor
Antoine Yar ... colorist assist
Cedric Duron ... trailer editing team (uncredited)

Casting By

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Michael Laguens

Production Design by

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Franck Schwarz

Art Direction by

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Gilles Iscan
Franck Schwarz

Set Decoration by

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Hélène Maroutian

Costume Design by

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Thierry Delettre

Makeup Department

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Cyril Hipaux ... special makeup designer
Mathilde Humeau ... key makeup artist
Andrea Koutkova ... hair stylist
Ivana Kuchynková ... assistant makeup artist
Mariia Ortynska ... crowd makeup artist (as Maria Ortynskaya)

Production Management

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Bruno Amestoy ... production manager
Nicolas Bassetto ... post-production manager
Gaelle Godard-Blossier ... post-production manager
Abraham Goldblat ... post-production supervisor
Antonin Silliau ... assistant production
Ondrej Slama ... production manager
Romain Zuber ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Karine Bensa ... second assistant director
Vojta Hlavicka ... first assistant director: CZ
Marketa Magerova ... second assistant director
Michael Viger ... first assistant director / second unit director

Art Department

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Lukas Francl ... graphic designer
Ladislav Kouba ... draughtsman
Lukas Lehoucka ... leadman
Tomás Lehovec ... stand-by props
Jiri Macke ... property master
Thierry Poulet ... assistant art director
Mark Schons ... concept artist
Petra Vencelidesova ... graphic designer
Mimi Violette ... graphic designer

Sound Department

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Audrey Abiven ... adr coordinator
Charles Autrand ... dialogue editor
Niels Barletta ... re-recording mixer
Maria Carolina Santana Caraballo-Gramcko ... sound mastering engineer
Antoine Deflandre ... sound engineer
Fred Demolder ... supervising sound editor
Adrien Fauck ... assistant foley engineer
Simon Hanin ... assistant sound editor
Tristan Loubat ... boom operator
Damiano Picci ... protools operator
Pierre Picq ... boom operator
Catherine Taïeb ... adr supervisor
Matthieu Tertois ... foley mixer

Special Effects by

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Olivier Afonso ... special effects makeup
Cyril Hipaux ... special effects makeup

Visual Effects by

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Stephane Bidault ... visual effects supervisor
Colin Journee ... visual effects coordinator
Rodrigue Lenain ... visual effects artist
Matthias Weber ... visual effects producer
Baptiste Lambert ... digital compositor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Marie Svecova ... stunt double: Maria Legault

Camera and Electrical Department

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Matteo Carlesimo ... camera operator / steadicam operator
Jan Ciboch ... assistant camera
Clement Deletrain ... additional electrician
Michal Houzvicka ... dolly grip
Radan Kapinos ... add. grip
David Lévy ... generator operator
Martin Maryska ... first assistant "a" camera
Vincent Piette ... gaffer
Jan Vagner ... grip
Jiri Vatka ... d.i.t.
Nicolas Velter ... still photographer
Michael Viger ... additional camera operator

Casting Department

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Dusan Matic ... casting coordinator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Anaïs Grandjean ... couturier
Bruce Lignerat ... key costumer
Veronika Metzova ... costumer
Dagmar Pomajbikova ... Costume Supervisor
Luisa Stasova ... wardrobe

Music Department

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Loris Bernot ... stereo music remix
Michelino Bisceglia ... conductor
Sian Bolland ... production manager music
Flore Commandeur ... score producer
Valentin Couineau ... music editor
Jeff Genie ... music score producer
Vili Robert Ollila ... music preparation
Galaxy Symphonic Orchestra ... orchestra
Stéphane Reichart ... music scoring mixer
Jehan Stefan ... booth reader / head of music preparation / supervising orchestrator
Romain Trouillet ... orchestrator

Script and Continuity Department

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Bérengère Saint-Bezar ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Robert Sklenár ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Ota Bares ... animal wrangler
Esperanza Casero ... production accountant
Sandra Cornevaux ... press attache
Jessica Forster ... legal: légende
Myriam Rak ... legal clearance supervisor
François Rostain ... sword master

Thanks

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Thierry Frémaux ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

December 1897, Paris. Edmond Rostand is not yet thirty but already two children and a lot of anxieties. He has not written anything for two years. In desperation, he offers the great Constant Coquelin a new play, a heroic comedy, in verse, for the holidays. Only concern: it is not written yet. Ignoring the whims of actresses, the demands of his Corsican producers, the jealousy of his wife, the stories of his best friend's heart and the lack of enthusiasm of all those around him, Edmond starts writing this piece which nobody believes. For now, he has only the title: "Cyrano de Bergerac". Written by Gaumont Distribution

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Also Known As
  • Cyrano, My Love (United States)
  • Vorhang auf für Cyrano (Germany)
  • Cartas a Roxanne (Spain)
  • Cyrano mon amour (Italy)
  • Сирано (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Edmond was shot in the Czech Republic and especially in Prague, where Alexis Michalik and his team disguised the streets to recreate those of Paris in the late nineteenth century. See more »
Movie Connections Features Exiting the Factory (1895). See more »
Crazy Credits During the credits there are clips showing actors portraying Cyrano on film. There's also pictures of the real life people of the movie. See more »

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