The Red and the Black (movie, 1954)

The Red and the Black is a Franco – Italian film directed by Claude Autant – Lara , released in 1954 .

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Synopsis

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The story of Julien Sorel, a carpenter’s son, arriviste immortalized by Stendhal , who renounces the army for the Church but that love will lead to the guillotine.

Technical sheet

  • Title: The Red and the Black
  • Director: Claude Autant-Lara
  • Scenario: Jean Aurenche , Pierre Bost and Claude Autant-Lara in an adaptation of Stendhal’s novel , The Red and the Black
  • Dialogues: Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost
  • Sets: Max Douy
  • Costumes: Rosine Delamare , Jacques Heim , Paulette Coquatrix
  • Photography: Michel Kelber
  • Camera operator: Vladimir Ivanov 1
  • Sound: Antoine Petitjean
  • Editing: Madeleine Gug
  • Music: René Cloërec
  • Production: Henry Deutschmeister and Gianni Hecht Lucari  (en)
  • Production Companies: Documento Films (Italy) and Franco-London Films (France)
  • Country of origin: France , Italy
  • Original language: French
  • Format: Color ( Eastmancolor ) – 35 mm – 1.37: 1 – Mono
  • Genre: drama
  • Duration: 186 minutes
  • Release dates: France : ; Italy :

Distribution

  • Gérard Philipe : Julien Sorel
  • Danielle Darrieux : Mme de Renal
  • Antonella Lualdi : Mathilde of La Mole
  • Jean Martinelli : Monsieur de Renal
  • Antoine Balpêtré : Father Pirard
  • Jean Mercure : the Marquis de La Mole
  • Alexandre Rignault : the father Sorel
  • Anna Maria Sandri : Elisa
  • Jacques Varennes : the president of the tribunal
  • Suzanne Nivette : the Marquise de La Mole
  • André Brunot : Father Chélan
  • Georges Descrières : the Marquis de Croisenois
  • Georges Wilson : Mr. Binet
  • Gérard Séty : the officer
  • Claude Sylvain : Amanda Binet
  • Jean Sylvain : a servant
  • Robert Berri : the coachman of the Marquis de Croisenois
  • Mirko Ellis : The Count of La Mole
  • Pierre Jourdan : Count Altamira
  • Albert Michel : the bell ringer
  • Jean-Marie Amato : the shoemaker
  • Raphael Patorni : a gentleman in the crowd
  • Georgina
  • Jean-Pierre Grenier
  • Hubert Noël

Around the film

  • This film, perceived as a representative of a certain French academicism, provoked violent criticism from members of the New Wave .

Reward

  • 1955 : Grand Prix of the Academy of Cinema

Bibliography

  • Jean Collet, Telecine No. 44, Federation of Leisure and Cinematographic Culture (FLECC), Paris, December 1954, Sheet N ° 227.

References

  1. ↑ (in) Vladimir Ivanov  [ archive ] on the Internet Movie Database

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