Beatrice (1987 film)

Beatrice (French:La passion Béatrice, Italian:Quarto comandamento) is a 1987 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier and starring Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu, Julie Delpy and Nils Tavernier.[2]

Beatrice
Directed byBertrand Tavernier
Produced byAdolphe Viezzi
Written byColo Tavernier-O'Hagan
Starring
Music byRon Carter
CinematographyBruno de Keyzer
Edited byArmand Psenny
Production
company
Cléa Productions - AMLF - TF1 Films Production - Les Films de la Tour - Little Bear (Paris)
Scena Film (Rome)
Distributed byAMLF (France)
Release date
11 November 1987 (France)
Running time
130 minutes
CountryFrance
Italy
LanguageFranch
Box office$4 million[1]

Plot

Cast

  • Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu as François de Cortemart
  • Julie Delpy as Béatrice de Cortemart
  • Nils Tavernier as Arnaud de Cortemart
  • Monique Chaumette as La mère de François
  • Michèle Gleizer as Hélène
  • Maxime Leroux as Richard
  • Jean-Claude Adelin as Bertrand Lemartin
  • Robert Dhéry as Raoul
  • Jean-Louis Grinfeld as Maître Blanche
  • Claude Duneton as The priest
  • Isabelle Nanty as The baby-sitter
  • Jean-Luc Rivals as Jehan
  • Roselyne Vuillaume as Marie
  • Maïté Maillé as La Noiraude
  • Albane Guilhe as La Recluse
  • Marie Privat as Marguerite
  • Sébastien Konieczny as François Enfant
  • Vincent Saint-Ouen as Le père de François enfant
  • Tina Sportolaro as La mère de François enfant
  • François Hadji-Lazaro as Curé départ guerre
  • Nicole Siffre as Pauline
  • Myriam Thomas as Mariette
  • Christophe Rea as Jacques
  • David Ordonez as Thomas
  • Jacques Raynaud as Joseph
  • Pétrus Léo Crombe as Gildas
  • Béatrice Abatut as Blandine
  • Marie Cosnay as Nicolette
  • Sylvie Beyssen, Anne Bolon, Frédérique Figuero, Agnès Hick as Prostituées

References

Bibliography

  • Greene, Naomi. Landscapes of Loss: The National Past in Postwar French Cinema. Princeton University Press, 1999.
  • Waters, Sandra. Narrating the Italian Historical Novel. ProQuest, 2009.
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