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Those Who Love Me Will Take the Train

Those Who Love Me Will Take the Train

A Feature film by Patrice Chéreau

Produced by Telema

Release in France : 15/05/1998

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Actors (18)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Telema

Film exports/foreign sales :

FTD International Cinéma

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International releases (21)

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Synopsis

Jean-Baptiste Emmerich, the painter, had said: ‘‘Those who love me will take the train’’. And then he died. So they all take the train to Limoges. All of them. The real friends and false friends; the heirs, both legitimate and illegitimate; the family both natural and unnatural. Some families only get together for funerals.

Subject

“Now I know what the cinema brings me and I can’t find anywhere else. It’s a mistake to force a distinction between cinema and theatre as some people do, even though I know that this is a country where borders are not easily crossed. So when I meet people who ask me what I’m doing and I say I’ve just finished one film and am

starting another (which is true), they say “But what about the theatre?” “No immediate plans.” “What a pity!” they exclaim. It’s not a pity. The cinema and the theatre are not two separate, incompatible worlds, no matter what people say. With all due respect I prefer to recall “Citizen Kane”, of which the credits include those wonderful words: “Filmed with the actors of the Mercury Theater”... (Patrice Chereau)

Full credits (17)

Executive Producer :

Charles Gassot

Screenwriters :

Patrice Chéreau, Danièle Thompson, Pierre Trividic

Sound recordists :

Guillaume Sciama, Jean-Pierre Laforce

Assistant Operator :

Stéphane Fontaine

Editor :

François Gédigier

Continuity supervisor :

Suzanne Durrenberger

Costume designer :

Caroline de Vivaise

Sales Agent :

Jacques-Eric Strauss

Still Photographer :

Luc Roux

Assistant directors :

Sébastien Deux, Antoine Garceau, Stéphane Metge

Director of Photography :

Éric Gautier

Sound Assistant :

Michel Casang

Press Attachés (film) :

Dominique Segall, Laurent Renard

Sound editor :

Nadine Muse

Production Designers :

Richard Peduzzi, Sylvian Chauvelot

French Distributor :

Jean Labadie

Sound Mixer :

Olivier Dô Hûu

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Psychological drama

Themes :

Death

Production language :

French

Original French-language productions :

Yes

Nationality :

100% French

Production year :

1998

French release :

15/05/1998

Runtime :

2 h 20 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

89.207

Visa issue date :

06/05/1998

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

CinemaScope

Posters (1)

Director

Festival Selections (11)

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival - 2009

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Czech Republic, 2009)

Selection

Tribute to Patrice Chéreau

Madrid French Film Mostra - 2000

Madrid French Film Mostra (Spain, 2000)

Selection

Films selected

French Film Festival in the Czech Republic - 1999

French Film Festival in the Czech Republic (Czech Republic, 1999)

Selection

Films selected

Melbourne French Film Festival - 1999

Melbourne French Film Festival (Australia, 1999)

Selection

Films selected

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1999

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1999)

Selection (12)

Best Film

Best Sound : Jean-Pierre Laforce, Nadine Muse, Guillaume Sciama

Best Production Design : Sylvain Chauvelot, Richard Peduzzi

Best Cinematography : Éric Gautier

Best Animated Film : Éric Gautier

Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted) : Patrice Chéreau, Danièle Thompson, Pierre Trividic

Best Editing : François Gédigier

Best Supporting Actor : Jean-Louis Trintignant

Best Supporting Actor : Vincent Perez

Best Supporting Actress : Dominique Blanc

Best Actor : Pascal Greggory

Best Director : Patrice Chéreau

Punta Del Este - International Film Festival - 1999

Punta Del Este - International Film Festival (Uruguay, 1999)

Selection

Films selected

Cannes International Film Festival - 1998

Cannes International Film Festival (France, 1998)

Selection

Official Competition - Feature Films

Awards

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1999

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1999)

Awards (3)

Cesar for Best Director : Patrice Chéreau

Cesar Award for Best Supporting Actress : Dominique Blanc

César award for best cinematography : Éric Gautier

Delegations (3)

Madrid French Film Mostra - 2000

Madrid French Film Mostra (Spain, 2000)

Team

Director : Patrice Chéreau

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