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The Enchanted Interlude

A Feature film by Michel Spinosa

Produced by Dacia Films

Release in France : 26/04/2000

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Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Dacia Films

Film exports/foreign sales :

Océan Films Distribution

Co-productions :

Persona Films, France 2 Cinéma

French distribution :

Océan Films Distribution

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Summer 1969 on the Mediterranean coast. Paul and Vincent are childhood buddies. On a beach one day, they meet Alice and her friend Eve. After a series of memorable adventures, couples fall into place but not quite in the right order. Alice blossoms elsewhere, Paul marries Eve and Vincent weds Marie. The 70s are in full swing. Thanks to the pill, womens’s lives change radically, sexology is in, feminist’s voices can be heard loud and clear but unrestricted and free access to abortion has yet to be attained. Against the backdrop of a decade marked by sexual liberation, these three girls and two boys will cross each other’s paths, love one another, split up and reunite.


Magic moments, magnificent, memorable encounters with people of all generations, people who experienced or were going to experience that notoriously enchanted interlude.

Days of exciting work. Wrap-ups at dawn. The difficult return to Paris. Women in rebellion at the National Assembly. Tormented love affairs. But Michel never lost his calm, was never judgmental. His simply recounted this story of “an enchanted interlude.”

Clotilde Courau, actress

Full credits (13)

Executive Producer :

Georges Benayoun

Screenwriter :

Michel Spinosa

Director of Photography :

Antoine Roch

Assistant Operator :

Marie Sorribas

Press Attaché (film) :

Marie-Christine Damiens

Production Designer :

Sylvie Olivé

Costume designer :

Pierre-Jean Larroque

Line Producer :

Françoise Guglielmi

Co-producer :

Serge Duveau

Sound Recordist :

Pierre Mertens

Production managers :

Laurencina Lam, Pierre Dieulafait

Editors :

Valérie Deseine, Étienne Curchod

Music Composer :

Eric Michon

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Feature film

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100% French (France)

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1 h 28 min

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Posters (1)



Festival Selections (5)

Greece - French Film Festival - 2001

Greece - French Film Festival (Greece, 2001)


Feature films selected

Moscow - French Film Festival - 2000

Moscow - French Film Festival (Russia, 2000)


Official Section

Lisbon - French Film Festival - 2000

Lisbon - French Film Festival (Portugal, 2000)


Week of French Cinema - films selected

Cannes Film Market - 2000

Cannes Film Market (France, 2000)



Delegations (3)

Lisbon - French Film Festival - 2000

Lisbon - French Film Festival (Portugal, 2000)

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