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A Christmas Tale (16-May-2008)

Original Title: Un conte de Noël

Director: Arnaud Desplechin

Writers: Arnaud Desplechin; Emmanuel Bourdieu

Music: Grégoire Hetzel

Producer: Pascal Caucheteux

Keywords: Comedy, Drama, Christmas

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mathieu Amalric
Actor
25-Oct-1965   Late August, Early September
Catherine Deneuve
Actor
22-Oct-1943   Dancer in the Dark
Chiara Mastroianni
Actor
28-May-1972   Diary of a Seducer

CAST

Catherine Deneuve   ...   Junon
Jean-Paul Roussillon   ...   Abel
Anne Consigny   ...   Elizabeth
Mathieu Amalric   ...   Henri
Chiara Mastroianni   ...   Sylvia
Melvil Poupaud   ...   Ivan
Emmanuelle Devos   ...   Faunia
Hippolyte Girardot   ...   Claude
Laurent Capelluto   ...   Simon
Emile Berling   ...   Paull
Françoise Bertin   ...   Rosaimée
Samir Guesmi   ...   Spatafora
Thomas Obled   ...   Basile
Clément Obled   ...   Baptiste
François Regnault   ...   Analyst
Thierry Bosc   ...   Prosecutor
Hélène Roussel   ...   Judge
Miglen Mirtchev   ...   Henri's Attorney
David Frenkel   ...   Elizabeth's Attorney
Romain Goupil   ...   Psychiatrist's Friend
Azize Kabouche   ...   Oncologist
Beata Nilska   ...   Anesthetist
Philippe Morier-Genoud   ...   Freemason's Friend
Mathieu Bakanina   ...   Priest
Marie-France Jankula   ...   La fidèle
Jean-Pierre Jouet   ...   Chairman of Experts

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