Time Regained


2h 45m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Based on the concluding installment of Marcel Proust's literary masterpiece, "Rememberance of Things Past," a dying Proust reflects upon his life from his deathbed, remembering many of the people who've affected and influenced him during the course of his adult life, from the 1880s to the early 1920

Film Details

Also Known As
Le temps retrouvé, Temps retrouve, Le, wiedergefundene Zeit
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Eurimages; France 2 Cinéma; Le Studio Canal Plus; Les Films Du Lendemain; Procirep; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Kino International; Curzon Artificial Eye; Eye International; Filmladen Gmbh; Kino International; Kino Video
Location
Paris, France; Normandy, France; Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 45m

Synopsis

Based on the concluding installment of Marcel Proust's literary masterpiece, "Rememberance of Things Past," a dying Proust reflects upon his life from his deathbed, remembering many of the people who've affected and influenced him during the course of his adult life, from the 1880s to the early 1920s. Among them are Odette, a beautiful woman who's succeeded in life, but whose husband betrays her with both a female actress and a male pianist. The husband prefers the company of military men to that of the salons of Parisian high society, but it was in these very salons that young Proust found his literary inspiration, and it's in these rarefied rooms that his cherished memories reside.

Cast

Catherine Deneuve

Odette De Forcheville

Emmanuelle Béart

Gilberte

John Malkovich

Baron De Charlus

Vincent Perez

Charlie Morel

Pascal Greggory

Robert De Saint-Loup

Marie-france Pisier

Madame Simone Verdurin

Chiara Mastroianni

Albertine

Arielle Dombasle

Madame De Farcy

Edith Scob

Oriane De Guermantes

Elsa Zylberstein

Rachel

Christian Vadim

Albert Bloch

Dominique Labourier

Madame Cottard

Philippe Morier-genoud

Monsieur Cottard

Melvil Poupaud

Prince De Foix

Mathilde Seigner

Celeste

Jacques Pieller

Jupien

Helene Surgere

Andre Engel

Marcel As An Old Man

Georges Du Fresne

Marcel As A Child

Monique Melinand

Marcel'S Grandmother

Laurence Fevrier

Marcel'S Mother

Jean-francois Balmer

Uncle Adolphe

Marcello Mazzarella

Marcel Proust

Pierre Mignard

Marcel As An Adolescent

Lucien Pascal

Prince De Guermantes

Jerome Prieur

Monsieur Vadim

Bernard Pautrat

Charels Swann

Alain Robbe-grillet

Goncourt

Ingrid Caven

Russian Princess

Jean-claude Jay

Duc De Guermantes

Camille Du Fresne

Gilbert As A Child

Alain Guillo

The Great Designer

Xavier Briere

Marcel'S Butler

Bernard Garnier

Cambremer

Monique Courtier

Marquise De Villeparisis

Alain Rimoux

Monsieur Bontemps

Isa Merure

Madame Bontemps

Pierre Alain Chapuis

Guermantes Butler

Jean-francois Lapalus

Head Waiter--Cafe La Paix

Damien O'doul

Gaspard--Cook In Cafe De La Paix

Daniel Isoppo

Hotel Manager--Balbec

Patrice Juiff

Young Waiter--Balbec

Pascal Tokatlian

Hotel Bellhop--Balbec

Marine Delterme

Morel'S Friend

Jean Badine

Rachel'S Husband

Laurent Schwarr

Maurice

Hattou Mess

Monsieur Leon

Alendre Soulie

Louis--Military Man

Sebastien Libessart

2nd Military Man

Fabrice Cals

Workman At Jupien

Jean-pierre Allain

Workman At Jupien

Carl De Miranda

Sailor At Jupien

Herve Falloux

Monsieur Redingote

Philippe Lehembre

General

Rosita Mital

Old Maid

Tatie Vauville

Old Miad'S Mother

Michel Armin

Distinguisehed Client At Jupien

Pierre Villanova

Monsieur Rene

Andre Delmas

Priest At Jupien

Philippe Gauget

Jupien'S Chauffeur

Serge Brincat

Waiter--Cafe At La Paix

Yann Claassen

Military Man--Cafe De La Paix

Bruno Guillot

Military Man--Cafe De La Paix

Emmanuel Crepin

Military Man--Cafe De La Paix

Francis Leplay

Jupien'S Employee

Isabelle Auroy

Madame De Sainte Euverte

Jaques-francois Zeller

Marcel'S Grandfather

Serge Dekrammer

Marcel'S Father

Suzy Marquis

Old Woman At Gilberte

Laure De Clermont-tonnere

Gilberte'S Daughter

Georgette Bastien-vona

Madame De Marsantes

Rene Marquant

Monsieur D'Argencourt

Laetitia Colin-vialaneix

Lea

Maxime Nourissant

Leo

Romain Sellier

Charle'S Friend--Cafe De La Paix

Pierre Pitrou

Photographer

Alexandre Boussat

Rene--Morel'S Friend

Sheila Irubacek

Vicomtesse De Saint-Fiacre

Bernard Berberet

One-Legged Man

Diane Dassigny

Pianist--Bal De Tete

Guillaume Choquet

Violinist--Bal De Tete

Alain Duclos

Uncle Adlophe'S Valet

Raymonde Bronstein

Double--Aged Gilberte

Madeleine Lechoux

Double--Aged Madame Verdurin

Alberte Barbou

Double--Aged Rachel

Jean Leger

Double--Andre Engel

Manuela Morgaine

Reader

Christian Magis

Blind Man

Daniel Beretta

Additional Voice Of Baron De Charlus

Patrice Chéreau

Voice Of Marcel Proust

Crew

Eric Agopian

3rd Assistant Director

Ricardo Aronovich

Director Of Photography

Jorge Arriagada

Music

Antoine Beau

1st Assistant Director

Bruno Beauge

Art Director

Muriel Bec

Animals

Elisabeth Bocquet

In Charge Of Production

Paulo Branco

Producer

Denise De Casabianca

Editor

Farid Chennoune

Historic Costumes Consultant

Barbara Constantine

Script Supervisor

Rita Del Chiappa

In Charge Of Production (Italy)

Natalie Dessay

Theme Song Singer

Caroline Devivaise

Costume Designer

Laurent Dreyer

Post-Sync Engineer

Massimo Ferrero

Associate Producer

Vanessa Ferrero

Unit Production Manager (Italy)

Cedric Gerard

Makeup Supervisor

Jean-pierre Giudice

Costume Supervisor

Sylvie Gluck

Hair Supervisor

Vincent Guillon

Sound Editor Supervisor

Alessandro Lai

Costumes

Sabine Lancelin

Camera Operator

Christine Leaustic

Hair Dresser

Catherine Leblanc

Key Hair

Benoit Lestang

Special Effects Key Make-Up

Frederic Malher

Costume Supervisor

Jean-charles Martel

Post-Sync Engineer

Pascal Maziere

Sound Effects

Christophe Messaoudi

Other

Olivier Michel

Unit Manager

David Mitnik

Unit Production Manager

Philippe Morel

Sound

Antoine Moussault

Unit Manager

Agnese Panarotto

Hair Dresser (Italy)

Eric Perron

Costumes

Fabio Perrone

Costumes

Leo Pescarolo

Associate Producer

Gabriella Pescucci

Costume Designer

Emmanuel Pitois

Special Effects Key Make-Up

Dominique-henri Plez

Key Makeup

Marcel Proust

Source Material (From Novel)

Francine Robillard

Sculptures

Guillaume Roitfeld

2nd Assistant Director

Gerard Rousseau

Mixer

Richard Rousseau

Casting

Corinne Rozenberg

Sound Editor Supervisor (2nd Unit)

Raúl Ruiz

Screenwriter

Philippe Saal

Production Manager

Patricia Saalburg

Costumes

Adriana Sabbatini

Script Supervisor (Italy)

Patrice Severac

Supervisor

Tiziana Sisi

Special Effects Key Make-Up (Italy)

Herve Soulie

Key Makeup

Jaqueline Stuffel

Hair Dresser

Gilles Taurand

Screenwriter

Film Details

Also Known As
Le temps retrouvé, Temps retrouve, Le, wiedergefundene Zeit
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Eurimages; France 2 Cinéma; Le Studio Canal Plus; Les Films Du Lendemain; Procirep; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Kino International; Curzon Artificial Eye; Eye International; Filmladen Gmbh; Kino International; Kino Video
Location
Paris, France; Normandy, France; Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 45m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States September 1999 (Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 3-6, 1999.)

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 26 - February 6, 2000.)

Released in United States Summer June 16, 2000

Released in United States July 14, 2000

Released in United States on Video March 13, 2001

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States September 1999

Released in United States 2000

Shown at New York Film Festival September 24 - October 10, 1999.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 24 - October 10, 1999.

Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 26 - February 6, 2000.

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24 - September 4, 2000.

Completed shooting February 15, 1999.

Began shooting November 16, 1998.

Released in United States Summer June 16, 2000 (NY)

Released in United States July 14, 2000 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video March 13, 2001

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at New York Film Festival September 24 - October 10, 1999.)

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 24 - October 10, 1999.)

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24 - September 4, 2000.)