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Witch Way Love

Witch Way Love

A Feature film by René Manzor

Produced by Films Christian Fechner

Release in France : 19/03/1997

    Synopsis

    Witchcraft is on the wane. There are only six witches left on Earth. Five of these uphold Good, against one who stands for Evil. The question is, who will succeed them ? Molok, th evil witch has no heir. Morgane, the good witch, has an adorable 11-month baby boy, Arthur. On the 14th of June at 6 a.m. Arthur will be a year old, and like all witches, must be vouched for. If Molok vouches for him, he will serve evil. In order to save her son, Morgane bewitches Michael Firth, an American inventor whose only mistake was to have been born on a 14th of June at 6 a.m. If Michael were to become Arthur's "godfather" the baby witch would lose all his powers and Molok would no longer want him. Yet what Morgane hadn't banked on was falling in love with Michael...

    Actors (22)

    Production and distribution (4)

    Executive Producer :

    Films Christian Fechner

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    TF1 Studio (ex-TF1 International)

    Co-production :

    TF1 Films Production

    French distribution :

    Fox France

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    Subject

    "What does one learns from writing and directing in the U.S.?"

    René Manzor : "One learns how to be efficient and modest; how to write screenplays which will be signed by others, directed by others; how to become a kind of "script doctor", a Hollywood ghost writer. And it's useful. It's a whole, very precious, methodology, which when you return home to France, gives you a better handle on their system and ours. In France, the author is the boss when it comes to the work. Over there, I learnt that you really must have a partner. Yet, it all was a wonderful experience. I met only artist/ producers : the first being Alain Delon. Then, my brother Francis Lalanne. After Georges Lucas, for whom I directed episodes of "The Young Indiana Jones" series. And now Christian Fechner. I was extremely lucky to meet all these men, all of whom held up a mirror to me, who helped me progress. In America you often have to deal with multinationals and boards of directors. In France you can speak to human beings." (Press release extract)

    Full credits (18)

    Executive Producer :

    Christian Fechner

    Line Producers :

    Hervé Truffaut, Didier Pain

    Director of Photography :

    Pal Gyulay

    Sound Assistant :

    Olivier Villette

    Camera Operator :

    Patrice Wyers

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Karine Ellena

    Continuity supervisor :

    Jacqueline Gamard

    Music Composer :

    Jean-Félix Lalanne

    Costume designer :

    Annie Périer-Foulon

    Assistant director :

    Catherine Joubé

    Screenwriter :

    René Manzor

    Sound recordists :

    Patrick Rousseau, Laurent Quaglio

    Assistant Operator :

    Florent Bazin

    Production Manager :

    Henri Brichetti

    Editor :

    Christine Pansu

    Production Designer :

    Thierry Flamand

    Casting :

    Gérard Moulevrier

    Still Photographer :

    Dominique Le Strat

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Comedy

    Production language :

    French

    Production country :

    France (100%)

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    1996

    French release :

    19/03/1997

    Runtime :

    1 h 42 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    89.891

    Visa issue date :

    26/02/1997

    Approval :

    Yes

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    CinemaScope