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The Dreamers (1-Sep-2003)

Director: Bernardo Bertolucci

Writer: Gilbert Adair

From novel: The Dreamers by Gilbert Adair

Producer: Jeremy Thomas

Keywords: Romantic Drama

An American studying in France crosses paths with two well-to-do Parisians amidst the May 1968 student riots.

ABSTRACT
Isabelle and Theo, fraternal twins and children of a French poet living out a privileged existence in their sprawling Paris estate, take American student and fellow film connoisseur Matthew in for a spell studying abroad. A debauched frenzy erupts with Isabelle and Theo's parents gone for the month, ignited by Matthew's marked sexual innocence and hampered only by the radical student riots of May 1968 practically taking place on their doorstep.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Anna Chancellor
Actor
27-Apr-1965   Juliet Shaw on Spooks
Louis Garrel
Actor
14-Jun-1983   The Dreamers
Eva Green
Actor
5-Jul-1980   The Dreamers
Jean-Pierre Léaud
Actor
28-May-1944   The 400 Blows
Michael Pitt
Actor
10-Apr-1981   Hedwig and the Angry Inch

CAST

Michael Pitt   ...   Matthew
Eva Green   ...   Isabelle
Louis Garrel   ...   Theo
Robin Renucci   ...   Father
Anna Chancellor   ...   Mother
Jean-Pierre Kalfon   ...   Himself
Jean-Pierre Léaud   ...   Himself
Florian Cadiou   ...   Patrick
Pierre Hancisse   ...   First Buff
Valentin Merlet   ...   Second Buff
Lola Peploe   ...   The Usherette
Ingy Fillion   ...   Theo's Girlfriend

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