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Till Death Do Us Part

Till Death Do Us Part

A Feature film by Robert Guédiguian

Produced by Agat Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo

Release in France : 11/10/1995

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Agat Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo

French distribution :

Pierre Grise Distribution

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Diaphana Films

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They’ve been close for years. In Estaque, trapped between the refineries and the sea, a cabaret is their refuge. There’s Venus, a drug-addict prostitute, Farid, a homeless orphan, José, Patrick and Jaco, who’ve been out of work forever, Marie-Sol who, despite her fervent prayers, can’t manage to have a baby... They try to keep on loving, as generous as they come...


Like everyone in Marseilles, he is of mixed origin. His father is Armenian and his mother German. (...) His father worked on the docks. He had about twenty accidents at work. Perhaps that’s the reason why Guédiguian keeps his eyes wide open on the reality of life. (...) He successfully completed his studies, probably to make his parents happy. (...) He loves Brecht, Capra, Pasolini and Ken Loach, to name only a few. He only works with friends who share his point of view. (...) Like all poor people, loneliness would kill him. He claims that Marseilles is his language... and also that the art he loves the most is firmly grounded in reality. So far, he has made six small films with small budgets about “small people”. He thinks high society is so far from the needy that it has lost all humanity. (...) He tries to keep his balance on a tightrope between discourse and narration, between emotion and intelligence, between pleasure and attention.

(Robert Guédiguian - Self-portrait)

Full credits (13)

Assistant Director :

Jacques Reboud

Director of Photography :

Bernard Cavalié

Sound Assistant :

Pierre Tucat

Production Manager :

Malek Hamzaoui

Editor :

Bernard Sasia

Production Designer :

Michel Vandestien

Sound Mixer :

Jean-Yves Rousseau

Screenwriters :

Robert Guédiguian, Jean-Louis Milesi

Sound Recordist :

Laurent Lafran

Assistant Operator :

Olivier Ide

Press Attaché (film) :

Marie-Christine Damiens

Assistant editor :

Valérie Meffre

Costume designer :

Michel Vandestien

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Feature film

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100% French

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1 h 40 min

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Posters (1)


Festival Selections

TIFF - 2002

TIFF (Canada, 2002)


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