Mina Tannenbaum


2h 8m 1994

Brief Synopsis

A bittersweet 25-year-long friendship between two Jewish girls in Paris as affected by their common love interest in a gallery owner.

Film Details

Release Date
1994
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Eurimages; La Sept Cinema; Rtbf; StudioCanal; Ugc; Ugc International; Union Generale
Distribution Company
Curzon Artificial Eye; New Yorker Films; New Yorker Films
Location
Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 8m

Synopsis

A bittersweet 25-year-long friendship between two Jewish girls in Paris as affected by their common love interest in a gallery owner.

Film Details

Release Date
1994
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; Eurimages; La Sept Cinema; Rtbf; StudioCanal; Ugc; Ugc International; Union Generale
Distribution Company
Curzon Artificial Eye; New Yorker Films; New Yorker Films
Location
Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 8m

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Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the 1995 award for Best Foreign Language Film from the Boston Society of Film Critics.

Released in United States 1994

Released in United States February 1999

Released in United States June 23, 1995

Released in United States May 1994

Released in United States May 26, 1995

Released in United States November 1994

Released in United States October 1994

Released in United States on Video May 11, 1996

Released in United States on Video November 5, 1996

Released in United States Spring March 3, 1995

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 12-23, 1994.

Shown at London Jewish Film Festival (opening night) October 3-16, 1994.

Shown at Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund, Norway August 26 - September 2, 1994.

Shown at Sarasota French Film Festival November 9-13, 1994.

Released in United States 1994 (Shown at Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund, Norway August 26 - September 2, 1994.)

Released in United States February 1999 (Shown in Los Angeles (American Cinematheque) as part of series "Belles du Jour: French Actresses - the New Generation" February 12-25, 1999.)

Released in United States Spring March 3, 1995

Released in United States May 1994 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 12-23, 1994.)

Released in United States on Video May 11, 1996

Released in United States May 26, 1995 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States October 1994 (Shown at London Jewish Film Festival (opening night) October 3-16, 1994.)

Released in United States June 23, 1995

Released in United States November 1994 (Shown at Sarasota French Film Festival November 9-13, 1994.)

Released in United States on Video November 5, 1996

Feature debut for writer-director Martine Dugowson.