Marie Baie des Anges


1h 30m 1997

Brief Synopsis

In a dream-like Mediteranean landscape, summer vacationers rub elbows with sailors from an American naval base who drive around in 1960's Caddies and tap-dance through the mess hall. 15 year old petty thief Orso meets Marie, a 14 year old who spends her time entertaining the American sailors. They c

Film Details

Also Known As
Angel Sharks
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Cofiloisirs; Cofiloisirs; Equinoxe Films; La Sept Cinema; Provence-Alpes-Cote D'Azur (Paca); Pyramide Films; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Classics; Istituto Luce-Cinecitta; Les Productions Jmh; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
France; Nice, France; Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

In a dream-like Mediteranean landscape, summer vacationers rub elbows with sailors from an American naval base who drive around in 1960's Caddies and tap-dance through the mess hall. 15 year old petty thief Orso meets Marie, a 14 year old who spends her time entertaining the American sailors. They come together only to be separated by a cruel fate.

Crew

Claude Azoulay

Production Manager

Olli Barbe

Unit Production Manager

Jorge Ben

Song

Jorge Ben

Song Performer ("Oba, La Vem Ela")

Marcello Bivona

Casting (Italy)

Antoinette Boulat

Casting

Heidi Braumberger

Makeup

Sylvie Brocheré

Casting

Murielle Brot

Makeup

J J Cale

Song Arranger ("Sanctus (Traditional)"), Song/Song Performer ("Lean On Me" "A Thing Going On" "Magnolia")

Christine Cardaropoli

Hair

Gita Cerveira

Sound Engineer

Pascal Chauvin

Sound Effects

Elena Chouchkova

Music Coordinator

Guy Courtecuisse

Post-Production Supervisor

Carlo Crivelli

Piano/Accordion Solos

Carlo Crivelli

Music

Kris Portier Debellair

Casting

Jose Dehita

Unit Production Manager

Paolo Dejesus

Sound Engineer

Valerie Deseine

Editor

Jacques Desmazes

Technical Advisor

Sandra Dipasquale

Script Supervisor

P Gattaceca

Song Arranger ("Sanctus (Traditional)")

Claire Gerard-hirne

Costume Designer

Marion Gervais

Casting

Jean Goudier

Sound Editor

François Groult

Sound Mixer

Okinawa Guerard

Casting

Aziz Hamzaoui

Art Director

Malek Hamzaoui

Production Manager

Beth Hirsch

Song Performer ("I Could Love You Too")

Beth Hirsch

Song

Pascal Judelewicz

Co-Producer

Pascal Judelewicz

Executive Producer

Laurent Lafran

Sound Engineer

Cesare Landricina

Production Manager (Italy)

Marc Lecampion

Unit Manager

Simone Leroy

Wardrobe

Leo Macdougall

Camera Operator (2nd Unit)

Catherine Macgilvray

Casting (Italy)

Graffeo Marcantonio

Casting (Italy)

Gilles Martinerie

Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Cristobal Matheron

2nd Assistant Director

Valerie Megard

Unit Manager

Bruno Mercere

Music Mixer

Yves Michaud

Steadicam Operator

Fabrizio Mosca

Italian Location Manager

Frederic Nicolas

1st Assistant Director

Pascal Pallisco

Other

Javier Po

Production Designer

P Poli

Song Arranger ("Sanctus (Traditional)")

Christopher Pollock

Camera Operator

Christopher Pollock

Director Of Photography

Laure Pradal

Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Manuel Pradal

Screenwriter

Philippe Rousselet

Producer

Philippe Royer

Unit Production Manager

Chantal Roynette

Wardrobe

Janina Ryba

Wardrobe

Frank Saint Cast

Casting

Fabien Sanchez

Casting

Bernardo Sandoval

Song ("Como Olas")

Gabriel Sandoval

Song ("Como Olas")

Roland Savoye

Camera Operator (Underwater)

Richard Sayah

Hair

Valerie Tranier

Makeup

Fabienne Tubery

Bassoon ("Pique-Nique")

Laurence Wucher

Wardrobe

Film Details

Also Known As
Angel Sharks
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Cofiloisirs; Cofiloisirs; Equinoxe Films; La Sept Cinema; Provence-Alpes-Cote D'Azur (Paca); Pyramide Films; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Classics; Istituto Luce-Cinecitta; Les Productions Jmh; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
France; Nice, France; Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1997

Released in United States 1998

Released in United States January 1998

Released in United States June 26, 1998

Released in United States October 1999

Released in United States on Video January 26, 1999

Released in United States Summer June 19, 1998

Shown at Filmfest DC in Washington, DC April 22 - May 3,

Shown at Hamptons International Film Festival October 20-24, 1999.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (New Directors Showcase) May 21 - June 14, 1998.

Shown at Venice International Film Festival (Critic's Week) August 27 - September 6, 1997.

Sophomore directorial feature for Manuel Pradal.

1998.

Released in United States 1997 (Shown at Venice International Film Festival (Critic's Week) August 27 - September 6, 1997.)

Released in United States 1998 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival (New Directors Showcase) May 21 - June 14, 1998.)

Released in United States January 1998 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (World Cinema) in Park City, Utah January 15-25, 1998.)

Released in United States on Video January 26, 1999

Released in United States Summer June 19, 1998 (NY)

Released in United States June 26, 1998 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States October 1999 (Shown at Hamptons International Film Festival October 20-24, 1999.)