Sade (film)

Sade is a 2000 French film directed by Benoît Jacquot, adapted by Jacques Fieschi and Bernard Minoret from the novel La terreur dans le boudoir by Serge Bramly.

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Directed byBenoît Jacquot
Produced byPatrick Godeau
Written bySerge Bramly (novel)
Jacques Fieschi
StarringDaniel Auteuil
Marianne Denicourt
Jean-Pierre Cassel
Grégoire Colin
Jeanne Balibar
Isild Le Besco
Jalil Lespert
Philippe Duquesne
Sylvie Testud
François Levantal
CinematographyBenoît Delhomme
Edited byLuc Barnier
Distributed byOcéan Films
Release date
23 August 2000
Running time
100 minutes
Budget$8.5 million
Box office$3.4 million[1]


Paris in 1794: After prolonged detention, the Marquis de Sade (Daniel Auteuil), who claims during the hearing to be neither noble nor the author of the novel Justine, is incarcerated with other nobles in a prison which was formerly a monastery in Picpus.


See also

  • Quills was an English-language film covering similar subject matter, released the same year.


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