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Mademoiselle de Joncquières ()


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Fooled by a notorious libertine, a widow plans her revenge.

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Madame de La Pommeraye
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Le marquis des Arcis
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Mademoiselle de Joncquières
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Madame de Joncquières
Laure Calamy ...
Lucienne - l'amie de Madame
Manon Kneusé ...
Une courtisane
Arnaud Dupont ...
Un homme de main de la marquise
Juliette Laurent ...
La première domestique de Madame
Corinne Valancogne ...
La deuxième domestique de Madame 2
Edith Proust ...
La troisième domestique de Madame
Gabrielle Atger ...
Une femme noble
Jean-Michel Lahmi ...
Un homme noble
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Le premier domestique du marquis
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Le premier valet du marquis 1
Pierre Giraud ...
Le deuxième valet du marquis
Antoine Delaroche ...
Le troisième valet du marquis
Franck Guérin ...
Un homme de main du marquis
Charlotte Boillot ...
Une femme de chambre du marquis
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La deuxième femme de chambre du marquis
Sébastien Laudenbach ...
Le peintre
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Le prêtre
Catherine Roberti ...
Une joueuse de crin-crin
Iakovos Pappas ...
Le joueur d'épinette

Directed by

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Emmanuel Mouret

Written by

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Denis Diderot ... (novel)
 
Emmanuel Mouret ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Frédéric Niedermayer ... producer
Olivier Père ... co-producer

Cinematography by

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Laurent Desmet

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Martial Salomon ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Serge Anthony ... colorist (as serge Antony)
Yannick Grassi ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Constance Demontoy

Production Design by

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David Faivre

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Pierre-Jean Larroque

Makeup Department

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Sarah Beaupoux ... key makeup artist
Anne Bochon ... hair stylist
Jane Milon ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Alexandra Bourdon ... production secretary
Eric Chabot ... production manager
Florian Desmoulins ... assistant unit manager
Aymeric Duperray ... assistant unit manager
Cécile Ganichaud ... assistant unit manager
Léo Grignon ... assistant unit manager
Samuel Lumbroso ... assistant unit manager
Antony Renault ... assistant unit manager
Hugues Sauvagnac ... assistant unit manager
Valentin Tourdjman ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Orsa Cousin ... second assistant director
Thibault Lejeune ... third assistant director
Juliette Maillard ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Olivier Breban ... key upholsterer
Aude Charlon de Nexon ... set dresser
Lucie Legrand ... key painter
Ombeline Leveque ... assistant art director
Baptiste Tordeux ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Franck Cartaut ... boom operator
Maxime Gavaudan ... sound engineer
François Méreu ... supervising sound editor
Mélissa Petitjean ... re-recording mixer
Nathan Robert ... assistant foley engineer
Pierre Simion ... sound mix technician

Camera and Electrical Department

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Cécile Bodenes ... lighting camera operator
Hugo Bouhier ... electrician
Pascal Chantier ... still photographer
Jean Delhomme ... key grip
Jérôme Fabre ... electrician
Colas Jourdain ... gaffer
Magali Leclercq ... second assistant camera
Yvon Lemetayer ... electrician

Casting Department

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Jeanne Millet ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pierre-Adrien Gassot ... assistant costume designer
Laurence Glentzlin ... costumer
Samuel Lumbroso ... Assistant Unit Manager

Location Management

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Paul Halaunbrenner ... trainee assistant location manager
Mathieu Laemlé ... location scout
François Pichon ... location scout

Other crew

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Julie Birnbaum ... production accountant
Corinne Devaux ... etiquette coach
Monica Donati ... press attache
Fréderic Hardy ... carriages

Thanks

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Laurent Stocker ... special thanks (as Laurent Stocker de la Comédie française)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Madam de La Pommeraye, a young widow removed from the world, assigns to the court of the marquis des Arcis, licentious notorious. After a few years of a happiness without flaw, she discovers that the Marquis is tired of their union. Madly in Love and terribly injured, she decides to take revenge on him with the complicity of Mademoiselle de Joncquières and its mother. Written by Hugo Van Herpe

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Also Known As
  • The Art of Seduction (United States)
  • Lady J (World-wide, English title)
  • Der Preis der Versuchung (Germany)
  • Mademoiselle Vingança (Brazil)
  • Lady J
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Runtime
  • 109 min
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Trivia Free adaptation of an episode of Denis Diderot's "Jacques le Fataliste et son Maître", written in 1773, published in Paris in 1796 by Buisson. See more »
Movie Connections Version of Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (1945). See more »
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