Les Destinees


3h 2001

Brief Synopsis

In the early 1900s, a former clergyman divorces his wife, marries another woman and settles in Switzerland. When he must return to France to take over the family porcelain business, the move affects his second marriage.

Film Details

Also Known As
Destinees, Les Destinees Sentimentales, Sentimental Destinies, Sentimental Destiny, destinées sentimentales
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Creative Europe; DTpartement de la Charente-Maritime; Eurimages; PathT International; Pathe Image; Procirep; SOFICA Cofimage; StudioCanal; Tf1 Films Productions
Distribution Company
WELLSPRING/WELLSPRING HOME ENTERTAINMENT; Les Films De L'Elysee; PathT International; Wellspring Home Entertainment
Location
Paris, France; Switzerland; La Louviere, Belgium; Limoges, France; Jarnac, France

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Synopsis

In the early 1900s, a former clergyman divorces his wife, marries another woman and settles in Switzerland. When he must return to France to take over the family porcelain business, the move affects his second marriage.

Cast

Emmanuelle Béart

Pauline

Charles Berling

Jean Barnery

Isabelle Huppert

Nathalie

Olivier Perrier

Philippe Pommerel

Dominique Reymond

Julie Desca

Andre Marcon

Paul Desca

Alexandra London

Louise Desca

Louis-do De Lencquesaing

Valerie Bonneton

Mme Arthur Pommerel

Julie Depardieu

Marcelle

Pascal Bongard

Vouzelles

Didier Flamand

Guy Barnery

Jean-baptiste Malartre

Frederic Barnery

Nicolas Pignon

Bazouzet

Catherine Mouchet

Fernande

Mia Hansen-løve

Aline

Sophie Aubry

Dominique

Victor Garrivier

Pastor Sabatier

Jérôme Huguet

Rene Fayet

Mathieu Genet

Max Barnery

Remi Martin

Dahlias

Georges Wilson

Robert Barnery

Roger Dumas

Pauline'S Patron

Claire Hammond

Mme Ducros

Pierre Saternaer

Factory Engineer

Patricia Dinev

Solange

Circe Lethem

Anna

Marion Chombert De Lauwe

Marcelle'S Friend

Luc De Goustine

Prefect

Michel Nissou

Bourgaud-Duperron

Olivier Darimont

Factory Chemist

Mauricette Gourdon

Mme Julien

Pierre-antoine Laloi

Hotel Employee

Michel Ardant

Patron

Gerard Beaulieu

Patron

Raymonde Duccheschi

Melanie

Alain Braastad-delamain

1925 Distillery Master

Jean-francois Chateauraynaud

1900 Distillery Master

Josephine Firino-martell

Aline Age 5

Kevin Labouille

Theodore Age 5

Jean-pierre Gos

Fayet--Notary

Saki Reid

Miss Howard

Jocelyne Desverchere

Celestine

Christian Drillaud

Surgeon

Maryline Even

Bridge Player

Christophe Jazinski

Theodore

Michel Baudinant

Pommerel Employee

Fred Jaerman

Pastor Grisar

Lula Bery

Factory Secretary

Jean-baptiste Montagut

Aline'S Friend

Amelie Firino-martell

Young Woman At Ball

Stephanie Thilllet

Young Woman At Ball

Anna-barbara Hauerter

Rose

Michel Tabourin

Distillery Employee

Bernard Hine

Barbazac--Pharmacist

Alexandre Marcos

Max Age 4

Gregory Marcos

Max Age 6

Barnaby Southcombe

Elizabeth Giab

Performer

Benedicte Trotereau

Performer

Isabelle Veyrier

Performer

Robin Clavreul

Performer

Alice Adr

Performer

Frederic Laroque

Performer

Raphael Perraud

Performer

Yann Ollivo

Performer

Marylin Even

Crew

Olivier Assayas

Screenwriter

Jean-yves Asselin

Production Manager

Catherine Athon

Post-Production Manager

Nicolas Baldeeyrou

Other

Luc Barnier

Editor

Nicolas Bomsel

Music Consultant

Antoinette Boulat

Casting

Alain Braastad-delamain

Consultant (Cognac)

Fabienne Bressan

Hairdresser

Jacques Chardonne

Source Material (From Novel)

Pascal Chauvin

Sound Effects

Jean D'albis

Consultant (Porcelain)

Heinz Dill

Unit Manager (Swiss Unit)

Agnes Feuvre

Script Supervisor

Jacques Fieschi

Screenwriter

William Flageollet

Sound

Hans Frei

Swiss Unit Special Effects

Philippe Galien

Other

+ric Gautier

Director Of Photography

Francoise Gneri

Other

Olivier Goinard

Sound Editor

Veronique Hebert

Makeup

Olivier Helei

Unit Production Manager

Olivier Helie

Unit Production Manager

Gerard Iglesia

Song Performer (Piano) "Adagio Pour Quatuor D'Orchestre Les Fleurs Pales Du Souvenir...)

Christian Jacotin

Other

Herve Joulain

Other

Paul Lajudie

Consultant (Porcelain)

Jean-claude Laureux

Sound

Christine Leaustic

Hairdresser

Jean-louis Lebras

Post-Production Audio

Noel Lee

Song Performer ("Berceuse En Re Majeur Op 16 Extrait Fe L'Oeuvre Pour Violin Et Piano")

Guillaume Lekeu

Music

Benoit Lestang

Old Age Makeup

Michel Maldonadao

Double Bass (Ensemble Musique Oblique)

Annie Marandin

Hairdresser

Veronique Marchand

Post-Production Manager

Daniel Maurer

Assistant Director (Swiss Unit)

Gilles Mercier

Other

Jean-paul Minali Bell

Other

Stephanie Moreno-carpio

Assistant Director

Nicolas Naegelen

Sound

Thi Thanh Tu Nguyen

Makeup

Ivan Niclass

Swiss Unit Art Director

Yann Ollivo

Music Arranger

Marie-jeanne Pascal

Assistant Director

Marie-jeanne Pascal

Assistant Director

Bruno Pesery

Producer

Jean-louis Porchet

Co-Producer

Gerard Poulet

Song Performer ("Berceuse En Re Majeur Op 16 Extrait Fe L'Oeuvre Pour Violin Et Piano")

Anans Romand

Costume Designer

Pascal Roy

Assistant Director

Gérard Ruey

Co-Producer

Gilles Since

Double Bass (Ensemble Sorties D'Artistes) Music Arrange)

Daniel Sobrino

Sound Editor

Alexandre Sorel

Song Performer (Piano) "Yango Illusion" "Valse Du Printemps)

Yvonne Vart

Choreography

Isabelle Veyrier

Song Performer ("Larghetto Pour Violoncello Solo Et Et Ensemble")

Katia Wyszkop

Art Director

Film Details

Also Known As
Destinees, Les Destinees Sentimentales, Sentimental Destinies, Sentimental Destiny, destinées sentimentales
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Creative Europe; DTpartement de la Charente-Maritime; Eurimages; PathT International; Pathe Image; Procirep; SOFICA Cofimage; StudioCanal; Tf1 Films Productions
Distribution Company
WELLSPRING/WELLSPRING HOME ENTERTAINMENT; Les Films De L'Elysee; PathT International; Wellspring Home Entertainment
Location
Paris, France; Switzerland; La Louviere, Belgium; Limoges, France; Jarnac, France

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring April 5, 2002

Released in United States May 17, 2002

Released in United States on Video October 22, 2002

Released in United States 2001

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) May 24 - June 17, 2001.

Began shooting August 2, 1999.

Completed shooting November 20, 1999.

Released in United States Spring April 5, 2002 (NY)

Released in United States May 17, 2002 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video October 22, 2002

Released in United States 2001 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (Contemporary World Cinema) May 24 - June 17, 2001.)