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LA REINE MARGOT

(QUEEN MARGOT)

Directed by : Patrice CHEREAU

Year of production : 1994 Length : 159 minutes

Synopsis

She is beautiful, she is Catholic, she is the King's sister, her name is Marguerite de Valois. Her brother has nicknamed her Margot. Henri de Navarre is Protestant and said to be ill-mannered, unshaven and to smell garlic and sweat. They are wed by force. It is a political manoeuvre: they need to reconcile the French, torn apart by religious wars. Six days after the marriage at the Notre Dame Cathedral is the Saint Bartholomew day. In the middle of this night of horror, a young man wounded by several sword injuries, frantically knocks on Margot's door; La Môle because he is protestant must die like all the others. Margot hides him, nurses him and grows to love him. That night everything is thrown into confusion.

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LA REINE MARGOT by Patrice CHEREAU

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LA REINE MARGOT by Patrice CHEREAU

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LA REINE MARGOT by Patrice Chéreau

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LA REINE MARGOT by Patrice CHEREAU

Credits

Danièle THOMPSON - Script / Dialogue

Philippe ROUSSELOT - Cinematography

Patrice CHEREAU - Director

Patrice CHEREAU - Script / Dialogue

Goran BREGOVIC - Music

François GEDIGIER - Film Editor

Hélène VIARD - Film Editor

Richard PEDUZZI - Set decorator

Olivier RADOT - Set decorator

Casting

Daniel AUTEUIL

Isabelle ADJANI

Virna LISI - Catherine de Médicis

Vincent PEREZ - La Môle

Jean-Hugues ANGLADE - Charles IX

Film's poster © DR

Contacts

Distribution

PATHÉ FILMS - T: 33 0612732313 - www.pathefilms.com
- samuel.golaz@pathe.com


French press

DOMINIQUE SEGALL COMMUNICATION - T: 33 608551140
Laurent Renart DOMINIQUE SEGALL - cpetit@le-public-systeme-


International sales

PATHÉ INTERNATIONAL - T: 33 (0) 1 71 72 30 0 - www.patheinternational.com
- sales@patheinternational.com


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