Romance (1999) 7 votes

Romance (1999)

Story : Although deeply inside tenderness along furthermore her boyfriend – furthermore in truth snoozing inside the unchanged bed along furthermore him – a schoolteacher…

Directed by : Catherine Breillat

Release Date : 1999

Cast : Caroline Ducey as Marie, Sagamore Stvenin as Paul, Franois Berland as Robert, Rocco Siffredi as Paolo, Reza Habouhossein as Man on stairs, Ashley Wanninger as Ashley, Emma Colberti as Charlotte, Fabien de Jomaron as Claude, Carla as Model, Pierre Maufront as Photographer, Antoine Amador as Hairdresser, Roman Rouzier as Echography technician, Oliver Buchette as Head doctor (as Olivier Buchette), Emmanuelle NGuyen as Midwife (as Emmanuelle Nguyen), Nadia Latoui as Nurse, Sylvie Drieu as Assistant nurse, Samuel Charter as Intern (as Samuel Chartier), Alexis Gignoux as Intern, Muriel Gregoire as Intern (as Muriel Grgoire), Sebastien Jochmans as Intern (as Sbastien Jochmans), Emmanuel Salengro as Intern, Christian Poitrasson as Lone man, Roberto Malone, Coco, Steve Cox, Jean-Pierre Daniel, Fova, Bernard Garreau, Herv P. Gustave (as Pierre-Gustave Herv), Kosta, Alain LYle (as Alain Lille), Kevin Long, Aziz, Marco, Karine Menachemoff, Anglique Polosse, Salom, Cdric Samson, Yamine Tamerhoulet, Tramber, Vince, Caroline Virly Directed by Catherine Breillat   Writing creditsCatherine Breillat (scenario and dialogue)Produced by Catherine Jacques as. executive producer Jean-Franois Lepetit as. producer  Original Music by Raphal Tidas  DJ Valentin  (as D.J. Valentin) Cinematography by Giorgos Arvanitis   Film Editing by Agns Guillemot   Casting by Estelle Bertrand  Jacques Grant  Catherine Hofer  Nicolas Lublin  Guylne Pan  Michal Weill   Production Design by Frdrique Belvaux   Art Direction by Valrie Leblanc Weber   Set Decoration by Alexis Forestier  Pierre Gerbaux  Julien Poitou-Weber  (as Julien Poitou Weber) Costume Design by Ann Dunsford  (as Anne Dunsford Varenne) Makeup Department Antoine Amador as. additional hair stylist Claire Monatte as. hair stylist Claire Monatte as. makeup artist Christian Morales as. additional hair stylist Pascal Thiollier as. additional makeup artist  Production Management Max Belmessieri as. production manager Bernard Brun as. post-production supervisor Laurent Charchaude as. production manager Philippe Gurinel as. production manager Eddy Jabs as. production manager Samir Larif as. production manager (as Samir Larrif) Jean-Marc Maestracci as. production manager Eric Margolis as. production manager Denis Oliveau-Lebreton as. production manager Anne Rog as. production manager  Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Fabrice Bigot as. second assistant director Catherine Hofer as. assistant director Michal Weill as. first assistant director  Art Department Pascal Bloquet as. painter Pqtrice Colardelli as. carpenter foreman Michel Courtemanche as. carpenter Bruno Devresse as. carpenter Olivier Garand as. painter Alain Gosse as. chief constructor Daniel Grimm as. assistant decorator Peter Hammond as. painter Alexandre Jacques as. intern art department Emmanuel Jaffre as. carpenter Frdric Jourdan as. carpenter Alexandra Koubbachian as. assistant decorator Brigitte Lefranc as. painter Alexandra Pulman as. exteriors Christine Rey as. tapestries Vronique Robinson as. carpenter Grard Simonet as. chief carpenter  Sound Department Emmanuel Augeard as. chief sound editor Marc Authesserre as. head sound department Eric Bonnard as. sound mixer (as Erix Bonnard) Pascal Chauvin as. sound effects Pascal Dedeye as. assistant sound effects Jol Jacovella as. assistant sound editor Paul Lain as. sound Marie Massiani as. chief sound effects operator Pascale Paoli as. sound assistant Peggy Rivoallan as. assistant sound engineer Eric Tisserand as. head sound department Alexandre Vraux as. assistant sound editor  Camera and Electrical Department Yorgos Angelou as. key grip Thierry Engler as. electrician Yorgos Giannelis as. assistant camera Izet Kutlovac as. key electrician Eric Le Roux as. Steadicam operator (as Eric Leroux) Gilles Papillon as. electrician Sergio Rodrigues as. electrician Simos Sarketzis as. second assistant camera Alain Thernisson as. electrician Roger-Paul Tizio as. assistant camera  Costume and Wardrobe Department Janet Latimer as. costumer Janine Schlumberger as. seamstress  Editorial Department Bernard Bran as. post-production Fabrice Dequeant as. color timer Christophe Nowak as. assistant editor Agns Touzeau as. assistant editor  Music Department Stphane Ackermann as. composer: song Dorn Carolyn Donovan as. composer: song Spanish Storm Bruno Kramm as. composer: additional music Jean-Marie Leau as. music coordinator Jonathan Lesane as. composer: song Spanish Storm Sean Spencer as. composer: song Spanish Storm  Other crew Max Belmessieri as. location scout Patrice Birzin as. groupman Frdric Bouchet as. production administrator Didier Dekeyser as. laboratory technician Marie-Christine Gauche as. production administrator Valry Guibal as. finance director Jean-Franois Lepetit as. presenter Mlissa as. double: Marie Georges Polonia as. groupman Dominique Rmy as. production secretary Sverine Siaut as. script supervisor Emmanuelle Wiclezinski as. location scout  Thanks Luc Barnier as. thanks Richard Boidin as. thanks Christian Bourgois as. thanks Gilles Cappelletto as. thanks (as Gilles Cappeletto) Jrme Deschamps as. thanks Gilles Garnier as. thanks Georges Goldenstern as. thanks Christian Guillon as. thanks Marc Tessier as. thanks  Production Companies Flach Film (co-production)CB Films (co-production)arte France Cinma (co-production) (as ARTE France Cinma)Centre National de la Cinmatographie (CNC) (participation)Procirep (supported by)Canal+ (participation)DistributorsRzo Films (1999) (France) (theatrical)Pyramide International (1999) (worldwide) (all media)ditions Montparnasse (2002) (France) Alfa Films (1999) (Argentina) (theatrical)Angel Films (2000) (Denmark) (theatrical)Arthaus Filmverleih (2000) (Germany) (theatrical)Atlantis Entertainment (2000) (Czechoslovakia) (theatrical)Cinema Mondo (1999) (Finland) (theatrical)First Distributors (1999) (Hong Kong) (theatrical)Lolafilms Distribucin (1999) (Spain) (theatrical)Trimark Pictures (1999) (USA) (theatrical) (subtitled)Canvas (2004) (Belgium) (first national airing)Homescreen (2000) (Netherlands) Irfan Film (1999) (Turkey) (all media)Kinowelt Home Entertainment (2001) (Germany) Madman Entertainment (2001) (Australia) Trimark Home Video (2002) (USA) Vidmark Entertainment (2001) (USA) Other CompaniesChristian Lacroix  costumes: Arnes dArlesC.J. Production  executive productionChristian Lacroix  thanksComptoir des Cotonniers  thanksDries Van Noten  thanksZucca  thanksAgns B.  thanksQuick Faune  thanksLEtude et la Supervision des Trucages (LE.S.T.)  thanksTampopo  thanksLou Major Photo  thanksAssurances Continentales, Les  insuranceAuditel  editingCininter  electrical equipmentDavidis  auditoriumDigison  auditoriumErcidan  titlesFKGB Arguments  publicityGTC Joinville  auditoriumPlanning Camra  steadicamSamalga  camera equipment provided byTranspalux  electrical equipmentTri-Track Sync  post-synchronization MPAA:Rated R for language and strong sexual content including dialogue (cut) Runtime:84 min | USA:99 min Country: France, Language: French | English Aspect Ratio:1.66 : 1 Sound Mix:Dolby Digital Certification:Australia:R (reclassification) | Iceland:16 | Finland:K-15 (uncut) (DVD rating) | Finland:K-18 (original rating) | Japan:R-18 | Singapore:(Banned) | Brazil:18 (cut) (with restriction) | Mexico:C | Australia:Refused Classification (2000) | Malaysia:(Banned) | Argentina:18 | Canada:18+ (Quebec) | Canada:18 (Nova Scotia) (cut US version) | Canada:A (Alberta) | Canada:R (British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:XXX (Nova Scotia) | Chile:18 | Finland:K-16 (re-rating) | France:-16 | Germany:18 | Hong Kong:III | Ireland:(Banned) | Italy:VM18 | New Zealand:R18 | Norway:18 | South Korea:18 (original rating) (cut) | South Korea:Limited (re-release) (uncut) | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 | Switzerland:18 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:18 (canton of Vaud) | UK:18 | USA:R (cut) | USA:Unrated Company:Flach Film Did You Know? Trivia:Director Catherine Breillat admitted to choosing Rocco Siffredi because she wanted a well-endowed actor in the role. Factual errors: At the end of the movie, Marie feels shell give birth soon, so she tries to wake up Paul. During this scene she moves in a way which is impossible for a woman in her state of pregnancy. Quotes:[last lines] Marie:I gave my son his fathers name. If someone up there counts souls, then were even. Movie Connections:Featured in Indie Sex: Extremes (2007) Soundtrack:Dorn

Category : Erotic, Drama, Romance

Other Details : 84 min | USA:99 min / France / Flach Film

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