Au revoir les enfants [videorecording] / ecrit et réalisé par Louis Malle ; une co-production, Nouvelles Editions de Films, M.K.2 Productions, Stella Film.Material type: FilmPublisher number: CC1985BD | The Criterion CollectionLanguage: French Original language: French Subtitle language: English Publication details: [United States] : Criterion Collection, Description: 1 videodisc (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ( p. : ill.; 18 cm.)Other title:
- Title from English subtitles: Goodbye, children
- Au revoir les enfants (Motion picture)
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- PN1997 .A8 2010
- Ddirector of photography, Renato Berta ; editor, Emmanuelle Castro ; production design, Willy Holt ; costumes, Corinne Jorry ; production manager, Gerald Molto.
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Blu-ray; widescreen (1.66:1 aspect ratio); monaural.
In French with optional English subtitles.
Gaspard Manesse, Raphäel Fejtö, Francine Racette, Stanislas Carré de Malberg, Philippe Morier-Genoud, François Berleand, Francois Neǵret, Peter Fitz, Pascal Rivet, Benoit Henriet, Richard LeBouef.
Ddirector of photography, Renato Berta ; editor, Emmanuelle Castro ; production design, Willy Holt ; costumes, Corinne Jorry ; production manager, Gerald Molto.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.
"Restored digital transfer"--Container.
Guide includes an essay by film critic Philip Kemp ("Childhood's end"), and an essay by historian Francis J. Murphy ("Père Jacques and the petit-collège d'avon").
MPAA rating: PG.
A heartbreaking story of friendship and devastating loss concerning two boys living in Nazi-occupied France. At a provincial Catholic boarding school, the precocious youths enjoy true camaraderie - until a secret is revealed. Based on the experiences of the director Louis Malle when he was a child.
Special features: video interviews with Louis Malle biographer Pierre Billard and actress Candice Bergen; Joseph: a character study; "The Immigrant", Charlie Chaplin's 1917 short comedy which is featured in the film; audio excerpts from a 1988 American Film Institute interview with Malle; original theatrical trailer and teaser.
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