Olivier, Olivier


1h 50m 1992

Brief Synopsis

Based on a true story, six years after the disappearance of a young boy, another boy appears, claiming to be the same child.

Film Details

Also Known As
Olivier Olivier, Olivier est La, Olivier
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Classics; Bac Films Distribution; Concorde Films; Gala Film Distributors Ltd; Kuzui Enterprises; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Tartan Video
Location
Vendee, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 50m

Synopsis

Based on a true story, six years after the disappearance of a young boy, another boy appears, claiming to be the same child.

Crew

Daniel Argente

Chauffeur/Set Decoration & Unit Management

Ariane Audouard

Location Manager

Eric Baraillon

Electrician

Jean-pierre Baronsky

Head Electrician

Pierre Befve

Sound Engineer

Marc Bellini

Casting (Children)

Ewa Biejat

Costume Designer

Betsy Boesel

Publicist (Samantha Dean & Assoc)

Tahar Boualam

Generator Operator

Helene Bourgy

Art Director

Johannes Brunet

Head Grip

Margot Capellier

Casting (Adults)

Francoise Chapuis-asselin

Makeup Artist

Sophie Charriere

Camera Assistant

Benoit Clemenceau

Production Designer

Rozenberg Corinne

Assistant Sound Editor

Dominique Coutelle

Construction

Laure Darie

Other

Samantha Dean

Publicist (Samantha Dean & Assoc)

Rtgis Debray

Screenplay

Rtgis Debray

Dialogue

Fabienne Delaleau

2nd Camera Assistant

Alexandre Demortemart

Still Photographer

Luc Etienne

Casting (Children & Extras)

Christian Ferry

Co-Producer

Michel Ferry

1st Assistant Director

Monique Girard

Assistant Set Decoration

Xavier Griette

Sound Assistant

Fran├žois Groult

Sound Mixer

Jacques Grousset

Catering

Nathalie Guibert

Apprentice Unit Management (La Roche Sur Yon)

Andre Haidant

Grip

Gerard Hardy

Sound Editor

Agnieszka Holland

Dialogue

Agnieszka Holland

Screenplay And Adaptation

Jean-bernard Josko

Grip

Sylvie Kurz

Hairdresser

Lucrece Lachenardiere

Children'S Coach

Yves Lapointe

Adaptation

Yves Lapointe

Screenplay

Joel Lavrut

Props Furniture

Jean-sebastien Lefevre

Caterer

Laurent Lesieur

Unit Manager

Karen Logan

Assistant Editor

Isabelle Lorente

Editor

Gerald Molto

Production Manager

Camila Pascal

Editing Apprentice

Zbigniew Preisner

Original Music

Jean-pierre Pujol

Electrician

Christine Raffa-catonne

Script Supervisor

Marie-laure Reyre

Producer

Pierre Salive

Assistant Unit Manager (Paris)

Zdzislaw Szostak

Musical Director

Odile Togni

Production Accountant

Richard Verkade

Generator Operator

Kalinka Weiler

2nd Assistant Director

Bernard Zitzermann

Director Of Photography

Film Details

Also Known As
Olivier Olivier, Olivier est La, Olivier
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Production Company
Centre National Du Cinema; StudioCanal
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Classics; Bac Films Distribution; Concorde Films; Gala Film Distributors Ltd; Kuzui Enterprises; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Tartan Video
Location
Vendee, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 50m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter February 24, 1993

Released in United States March 12, 1993

Expanded Release in United States March 19, 1993

Released in United States April 2, 1993

Released in United States on Video March 30, 1994

Released in United States 1992

Released in United States September 1992

Released in United States October 1992

Released in United States January 1993

Released in United States September 1996

Shown at New York Film Festival (opening night) September 25 - October 11, 1992.

Shown at Venice Film Festival (in competition) September 1-12, 1992.

Shown at Valladolid International Film Festival (in competition) October 23-31, 1992.

Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 7-17, 1993.

Zbigniew Preisner received the best music score award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association for his work on "Olivier, Olivier" (France/1992), "The Secret Garden" (USA/1993) and "Blue" (France/Poland/1993).

Completed shooting August 13, 1991.

Began shooting June 27, 1991.

Released in United States March 12, 1993 (Los Angeles)

Expanded Release in United States March 19, 1993

Released in United States April 2, 1993 (Chicago)

Released in United States on Video March 30, 1994

Released in United States 1992 (Shown at New York Film Festival (opening night) September 25 - October 11, 1992.)

Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Venice Film Festival (in competition) September 1-12, 1992.)

Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 4-7, 1992.)

Released in United States October 1992 (Shown at Valladolid International Film Festival (in competition) October 23-31, 1992.)

Released in United States January 1993 (Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 7-17, 1993.)

Released in United States Winter February 24, 1993

Released in United States September 1996 (Shown in New York City (Anthology Film Archives) as part of program "Best of the Indies" September 5-15, 1996.)