Life and nothing else

La Vie and Nothing Else is a French film by Bertrand Tavernier , released on.


1920, two years after the end of the First World War , the commander Dellaplane ( Philippe Noiret ) is in charge of recording the missing soldiers. He will meet two women on his way:

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Let the festivities begin

Let the party begin … is a French historical film directed by Bertrand Tavernier , released in 1975 , with Philippe Noiret , Jean Rochefort and Jean-Pierre Marielle . The film is set in the xviii th century during the period of the regency and puts particular scene in the true story of the conspiracy Pontcallec .

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The daughter of d’Artagnan

The D’Artagnan’s Daughter is a swashbuckler film French directed by Bertrand Tavernier , released in 1994 with Sophie Marceau , Philippe Noiret and Claude Rich . The script is inspired by the two novels Les Trois Mousquetaires and his sequel Twenty years after by Alexandre Dumas

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The Princess of Montpensier (movie)

The Princess of Montpensier is a Franco – German film directed by Bertrand Tavernier , inspired by the new eponymous of Madame de La Fayette .

This historical film , taking place under the Renaissance , was released in France, the. He was presented in competition at the official selection of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival , without obtaining a prize. He was then selected in several categories at the 36 th César Ceremony in 2011 and was awarded the Caesar of Best Costumes .

This fourth and last collaboration between Bertrand Tavernier and his friend Jean Cosmos , at the scenario level, almost failed to come true, due to a lack of funding, a situation due to the economic context of the time . This production owes its existence to the intervention of the Ministry of Culture , following the personal will of the Minister, Frédéric Mitterrand 1 .

This film has benefited from the provision of production and the crew of several historical sites, classified for their indoor and outdoor settings, especially in the region Center-Val de Loire with its many castles of the Renaissance . A large number of scenes from the film were also shot in Messilhac Castle , located in Raulhac , Cantal , in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region .

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