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Un grand cri d'amour (1998)

A famous couple is going on stage after ten years of separation and hate.

Director:

Josiane Balasko

Writers:

Josiane Balasko (play), Josiane Balasko (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Josiane Balasko ... Gigi Ortega
Richard Berry ... Hugo Martial
Daniel Prévost ... Léon
Daniel Ceccaldi ... Sylvestre
Claude Berri ... Maillard (as Claude Langmann)
Nadia Barentin Nadia Barentin ... Bernadette
Philippe Bruneau Philippe Bruneau ... René
Jean-Claude Bouillon Jean-Claude Bouillon ... Le journaliste
Nicolas Silberg Nicolas Silberg ... Le médecin
Jean Sarrus Jean Sarrus ... Jacky
Jean-Michel Tinivelli Jean-Michel Tinivelli ... Jean-Paul, le second technicien
Fabienne Barbey Fabienne Barbey
Michel Field Michel Field ... Self
Stéphane Butet Stéphane Butet
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Virginie Bombasano Virginie Bombasano
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A famous couple is going on stage after ten years of separation and hate.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

7 January 1998 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

O erotas fonazei dynata See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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The play's the thing
4 January 2006 | by bob998See all my reviews

Josiane Balasko adapts her own play for the screen. Hugo and Gigi, a couple of star actors, have been separated for a while, and their public has started to forget them. A producer tries to get their careers going again by uniting them in a play, but the aggression between the two is almost too much for the company to stand.

It's a frail story, but the interplay between Richard Berry and Josiane Balasko is often delicious. One smokes, the other doesn't, one drinks to excess, the other doesn't. The rehearsals are made longer and more tiring by the hostility on stage, which the director--the wonderful Daniel Prevost--can do little about, try as he may. It was good to see Richard Berry again; he's a fine actor with a very expressive face who is seen infrequently on this side of the Atlantic.


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