The New Eve


1h 34m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Thirtysomething Camille leads a happy single life until she meets Alexis, a married man, father of two, and a militant member of a radical political party. He is attracted to her, but not prepared for the force of her advances. She becomes obsessed, thinking of nothing but how to see him more and mo

Film Details

Also Known As
New Eve, Nouvelle Eve, La
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Arte; Arte France Cinéma; Centre National Du Cinema; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
SCENERIES; Gala Film Distributors Ltd; Rlj Entertainment, Inc.; Xenix Filmdistribution
Location
Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

Thirtysomething Camille leads a happy single life until she meets Alexis, a married man, father of two, and a militant member of a radical political party. He is attracted to her, but not prepared for the force of her advances. She becomes obsessed, thinking of nothing but how to see him more and more and soon begins to penetrate his shadowy world.

Crew

Jean-philippe Angelini

Post-Synchronisation

Francois Baroni

3rd Assistant Director

Alain Baudy

1st Assistant Director

Nicolas Becker

Sound Effects

A Behesti

Song ("Who Do You Love (Chicane Radio Edit)")

Hacene Belkhedra

Unit Production Manager

Elisabeth Bocquet

Post-Production

Elisabeth Bocquet

Pre-Production

Laurent Boudard

Post-Production Audio

Emmanuel Bourdieu

Screenplay Collaborator

Emmanuelle Boursier

Post-Production

Emmanuelle Boursier

Pre-Production

Paulo Branco

Producer

Paulo Branco

Executive Producer

Yuri Buenaventura

Song Performer ("El Sol De Buscaja"), Song Performer ("Romper La Dadena")

Yuri Buenaventura

Song

Sylvia Carrissoli

Makeup

Sylvain Chatenoud

Unit Manager

Catherine Corsini

Screenwriter

Antonin Dedet

2nd Assistant Director

Comme Des Coiffeurs

Hairdresser

Assia Dnednia

Sound Effects

Emmanuel Doucet

Unit Manager

Marielle Duigou

Post-Production

Marielle Duigou

Pre-Production

Ludovic Dupon

Unit Manager

Laurent Erdos

Song ("Dime Doctor")

Isabelle Filippi

Post-Synchronisation

Michel Filippi

Post-Synchronisation

Dominique Gaborieau

Mixer

Renaud Garcia-pins

Song ("Palmas")

Christian Gentet

Songs ("Sexbliers" "Superbliers")

Christian Gentet

Acoustic Bass Performer/Song ("As Noites Inesqueciveis" Noites Inesqueciveis)

Christian Gentet

Acoustic Bass

Agnfs Godard

Director Of Photography

Agnfs Godard

Dp/Cinematographer

Marie-annick Guerin

Script Supervisor

Mohand Hadjlarbi

Unit Production Manager

I Hansch

Song ("Who Do You Love (Chicane Radio Edit)")

Angela John

Song Performer ("Who Do You Love (Chicane Radio Edit)" (Featuring Jose Padilla))

Angela John

Song

Yves Jouen

Set Decorator

Francois Mahe

Other

Sabine Mamou

Editor

Daniel Marchaudon

3rd Assistant Director

Christophe Messaoudi

Special Effects

Jane Millon

Hairdresser

Brigitte Moidon

Casting

Loic Moniotte

Other

Regis Muller

Sound Editor

Jose Padilla

Song Performer ("Who Do You Love (Chicane Radio Edit)" (Featuring Angela John))

Jose Padilla

Song

Nina Persson

Song ("My Favorite Game")

Matias Pizarro

Song ("As Noites Inesqueciveis")

Laurent Poirier

Sound

Arnaud Puman

Set Decorator

Philippe Rey

Production Manager

Denyse Rodriguez-tome

Screenplay Collaborator

Richard Rousseau

Casting

Philippe Saal

Production Manager

Sandrine

Hairdresser

Christian Sapet

Set Decorator

Anne Schotte

Costume Designer

Talvin Singh

Song Performer ("Traveller")

Talvin Singh

Song

Peter Svensson

Song ("My Favorite Game")

Marc Syrigas

Screenwriter

Pierre Tucat

Sound

A Viafara

Song; Song Arranger ("Romper La Dadena" "El Sol De Buscaja")

Ricardo Vilas

Song ("Mente Zulu")

Jean-philippe Viret

Songs ("L'Orchestre De Contrebasses" "Les Cargos-Sablier-Beret Beurre Cornichons" "Sexbliers "Superbliers")

Marc Vorchin

Song ("Dime Doctor")

Les Wriggles

Song ("Dieu Boudallah")

Nicolas Wuylsteke

Unit Manager

Waldir Xavier

Sound Editor

Solange Zeitoun

Art Director

Film Details

Also Known As
New Eve, Nouvelle Eve, La
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Arte; Arte France Cinéma; Centre National Du Cinema; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
SCENERIES; Gala Film Distributors Ltd; Rlj Entertainment, Inc.; Xenix Filmdistribution
Location
Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring May 5, 2000

Released in United States August 4, 2000

Released in United States on Video January 16, 2001

Released in United States February 1999

Released in United States March 1999

Shown at Berlin International Film Festival (Panorama) February 10-21, 1999.

Began shooting spring 1998.

Released in United States Spring May 5, 2000

Released in United States August 4, 2000 (Music Hall; Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video January 16, 2001

Released in United States February 1999 (Shown at Berlin International Film Festival (Panorama) February 10-21, 1999.)

Released in United States March 1999 (Shown in New York City (Walter Reade) as part of program "Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Today" March 12-21, 1999.)