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One Hundred and One Nights

One Hundred and One Nights

A Feature film by Agnès Varda

Produced by Ciné-Tamaris

Release in France : 25/01/1995

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Film exports/foreign sales :

Roissy Films

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Recorded Picture Company

French distribution :

Fox France

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Monsieur Cinema is almost one hundred years old and lives in a chateau-museum with his butler, Firmin. He's starting to get things mixed up and believes that he's all cinema in one person. What his memory needs is a daily aerobic work-out. So he decides to hire a film student. And it wouldn't hurt if she were young and pretty! Enter Camille. Camille meets the many stars who come to visit Simon Cinema. Mica, Camille's boyfriend, although still a trainee, is preparing his first film and needs money. Camille then hatches a plot to get her hands on the old man's inheritance. His sole heir, his great-grandson, has vanished. The two young people decide that Vincent, recently returned from India, would be the ideal impostor. The scheme works! Simon Cinema is delighted to see the last surviving member of his family again... But he has more than one trick up his sleeve and doesn't intend to die just yet. This is his "golden age"...


"This vast collage contains all the grace, poetry and colourful charm that make up Varda's world."

(M. Pascal - Le Point)

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Full credits (16)

Executive Producer :

Agnès Varda

Producer :

Agnès Varda

Screenwriter :

Agnès Varda

Director of Photography :

Éric Gautier

Press Attaché (film) :

Etienne Lerbret

Sound Editor :

Dominique Vieillard

Continuity supervisor :

Valentine Sentier-Devos

Costume designer :

Rosalie Varda

Assistant Director :

Didier Rouget

Line Producer :

Dominique Vignet

Voice :

Francisco Rabal

Sound recordists :

Jean-Pierre Duret, Henri Morelle

Editor :

Hugues Darmois

Assistant editor :

Brigitte Chanteloube

Production Designers :

Cyr Boitard, Cédric Simoneau

Location Manager :

Éric Zaouali

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Feature film

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Cinema, Ageing

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Coproducer countries :

Great Britain, France

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Majority French (Great Britain, France)

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2 h

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Dolby A

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Posters (1)


Festival Selections

Berlin International Film Festival - 1995

Berlin International Film Festival (Germany, 1995)


Official Competition