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A SUNDAY IN THE COUNTRY

by Bertrand Tavernier

synopsis

In France, before WWI. As every Sunday, an old painter living in the country is visited by his son Gonzague, coming with his wife and his three children. Then his daugther Irene arrives. She is always in a hurry, she lives alone and does not come so often... An intimist chronicle in which what is not shown, what is guessed, is more important than how it looks, dealing with what each character expects of life.

international title: A Sunday in the Country
original title: Un dimanche à la campagne
country: France
year: 1984
genre: fiction
directed by: Bertrand Tavernier
film run: 90'
screenplay: Bertrand Tavernier, Colo Tavernier
cast: Louis Ducreux, Michel Aumont, Sabine Azéma
cinematography by: Bruno de Keyzer
film editing: Armand Psenny
art director: Patrice Mercier
costumes designer: Yvonne Sassinot de Nesle
producer: Bertrand Tavernier
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