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Le Mirage

Le Mirage

A Feature film by Jean-Claude Guiguet

Produced by Molécule

Release in France : 21/10/1992

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Actors (8)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :


Film exports/foreign sales :

Les Films du Losange

Foreign production companies :

Films Stock International, C.C.C. Filmkunst, Artemis

French distribution :

Les Films du Losange


The story begins on mrs Tummler's birthday. Somewhere on the shores of Lake Geneva, admidst the nature that has always brought her a secret influx of health and lust for life. Born in spring, daughter of the month of May, the passing years haven't diminished the brightness and radiance of her beauty. The intermittent presence of Ken Keaton, a young American and her son Edouard's teacher, seems to have a lot to do with her lust for life. Anna, her daughter and eternal confidante, still hasn't had the right to a maternal confession. One summer afternoon, as they walk, Mrs Tummler becomes aware of emotion she feels on seeing the young American naked. she interprets this vision as a sign sent by Nature, the good and generous Nature that she loves. Is the latter giving her reprieve ?

Full credits (14)

Executive Producers :

Raphaël Blanc, Henry Lange

Author of original work :

Thomas Mann

Foreign Producer :

Artur Brauner

Sound Recordist :

Yvon Benoit

Editor :

Jacques Gagné

Continuity supervisor :

Aline Lecomte

Costume designer :

Monic Parelle

Assistant directors :

Marianne Neplaz, Stéphane Pelegri

Screenwriters :

Jean-Claude Guiguet, Sylvie Luneau

Director of Photography :

Alain Levent

Press Attaché (film) :

Régine Vial

Assistant editor :

Élisabeth Paquotte

Production Designer :

Gérard Estero

Still Photographer :

Étienne George

Technical details

Feature film

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Coproducer countries :

Germany, Switzerland, France

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Nationality :

Minority French (Germany, Switzerland, France)

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Runtime :

1 h 35 min

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