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À nos amours [videorecording] /
Les films du livradois, Gaumont, FR3, un film de Maurice Pialat présentent ; scénario, dialogue, Arlette Langmann, Maurice Pialat ; un film de Maurice Pialat.
edition
Special ed.
imprint
Irvington, NY : The Criterion Collection, c2006.
description
2 videodiscs (ca. 102 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (35 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.)
ISBN
1559409835
format(s)
DVD
Holdings
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imprint
Irvington, NY : The Criterion Collection, c2006.
isbn
1559409835
standard identifier
715515018524
publisher #
DCC1635
credits note
Cinamatography, Jacques Loiseleux ; art directors, Jean-Paul Camail, Arlette Langmann ; editor, Yann Dedet ; music, Klaus Nomi.
general note
Booklet features essays by critics Molly Haskell and Kent Jones and interviews with Pialat and cinematographer Jacques Loiseleux.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1983.
Special features on disc one: Original theatrical trailer ; disc two: "The human eye" a 1999 documentary on the film; archival interview with Maurice Pialat on the set; a 2003 interview with Sandrine Bonnaire; new interviews with filmmakers Catherine Breillat and Jean-Pierre Gorin; actor auditions.
Widescreen (1.66:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., restored high-definition digital transfer.
performer
Sandrine Bonnaire, Evelyne Ker, Dominque Besnehard, Maurice Pialat, Maïté Maillé, Anne-Sophie Maillé, Christophe Odent, Cyr Boitard, Pierre-Loup Rajot, Cyril Collard, Jacques Fieschi, Valérie Schlumberger.
abstract
A sixteen-year-old Parisian girl embarks on a sexual rampage in an effort to separate herself from her overbearing, beloved father, ineffectual mother, and brutish brother.
language note
In French with optional English subtitles.
catalogue key
6020773
target audience
MPAA rating: Not rated.
technical details
DVD.
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Full Text Reviews
Appeared in Library Journal on 2006-07-01:
The striking debut of refreshingly talented Sandrine Bonnaire (Vagabond, Intimate Strangers) is sufficient compensation for the often tedious bickering in this dysfunctional family drama. Director Maurice Pialat (Loulou) also plays the sympathetic father of this rather promiscuous girl, who finds little happiness in her compulsive behavior. Given the double-disc treatment (documentary, interviews, auditions, etc.), this noted film is recommended for larger collections. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Library Journal, July 2006
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