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24 HOURS IN A WOMAN'S LIFE
Cannes Classics - Restored Prints First film

24 HEURES DE LA VIE D'UNE FEMME

(24 HOURS IN A WOMAN'S LIFE)

Directed by : Dominique DELOUCHE

Year of production : 1968 Length : 80 minutes

Synopsis

During World War I, a woman on a train returning from the Italian lakes thinks back on the adventure she has just lived through. The previous day a storm forced her to seek refuge in a Casino. She sees a young gambler who fascinates her. Having lost heavily she follows him, worried he will take his own life. Going against her class restrictions, she experiences an unforgettable 'brief encounter' with this German deserter: The most intense 24 hours of her life.

Credits

Marie-France RIVIERE - Script / Dialogue

Walter WOTTITZ - Cinematography

François DE LA MOTTE - Set decorator

Jean PRODROMIDES / BRAHMS - Music

Geneviève WINDING - Film Editor

Jean NENNI - Sound

Dominique DELOUCHE - Director

Dominique DELOUCHE - Script / Dialogue

Casting

Lena SKERLA - Ms. Georges

Romina POWERS - Mariette

Robert HOFFMANN - Thomas

Danielle DARRIEUX - Alice

Film's poster © DR

Contacts

Production

PROGEFI - 9 rue du Boccador 75008 PARIS - T: 33 (0)1 47 20 95 4


ROXI FILMS - GERMANY


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