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D'Artagnan's Daughter / Revenge of the Musketeers

D'Artagnan's Daughter / Revenge of the Musketeers

A Feature film by Bertrand Tavernier

Produced by Ciby 2000

Release in France : 24/08/1994

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Actors (35)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Ciby 2000

Film exports/foreign sales :

TF1 International

Co-productions :

TF1 Films Production, Little Bear

French distribution :

Bac Films Distribution

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The South of France - Autumn 1654. Eloïse is a boarder in the convent to which her illustrious father had earlier entrusted her and, of course, her young blood courses with honor, loyalty , love for the poor and a lust of life. She watches helplessly as the Mother Superior is put to death for trying to protect a desperate slave on the run from the clutches of the odious Duc de Crassac and his evil muse, the Woman in Red. Very much her father's daughter, Eloïse is overcome with anger. A passionate, romantic young woman, full of the spirit of adventure, she suspects the killing to be part of a murky plot against the future King Louis, a plot to which she thinks she has the key. Determined to avenge her adopted mother's death, she takes the road straight to Paris, finds her father and tries to convince him that the Crown is in danger. But despite the support of Quentin the Miserable, a poet who has fallen instantly and hopelessly in love with the young lady, D'Artagnan remains deaf to her pleas. The hero is worn out and, weighed down by having been banished from the court in disgrace, he is indiffrent to the threat to the throne. So Eloïse decides to set off on the adventure...

Full credits (16)

Adapters/dialogue writers :

Jean Cosmos, Michel Leviant

Line Producer :

Frédéric Bourboulon

Director of Photography :

Patrick Blossier

Sound Assistant :

Jean-Michel Chauvet

Production managers :

Renato Santos, Véronique Bourboulon

Editor :

Ariane Boeglin

Costume designer :

Agnès Evein

Sound Mixer :

Gérard Lamps

Original idea :

Ricardo Freda

Screenwriters :

Ricardo Freda, Michel Leviant, Eric Poindron, Bertrand Tavernier

Sound Recordist :

Michel Desrois

Assistant Operator :

Nathalie Durand

Press Attaché (film) :

Dominique Segall

Production Designer :

Geoffroy Larcher

French Distributor :

Jean Labadie

Still Photographer :

Étienne George

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Feature film

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100% French

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2 h 10 min

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Dolby SR

Posters (1)


Festival Selections

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1995

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1995)

Selection (2)

Best Original Music : Philippe Sarde

Best Supporting Actor : Claude Rich