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The Freight Elevator / Paris Pick-Up

The Freight Elevator / Paris Pick-Up

A Feature film by Marcel Bluwal

Produced by Marianne Productions, Gaumont

Release in France : 04/05/1962

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Actors (24)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producers :

Marianne Productions, Gaumont

Film exports/foreign sales :

Gaumont, Paramount Pictures S.A. (Catalogue de droits)

Foreign production company :

Galatea

French distribution :

Gaumont

Synopsis

Albert Herbin and Madame Dravet meet each other one Christmas Eve in the Parisian suburbs. They immediately hit it off and confide in each other. She is Italian; her marriage to Jérome Dravet has been a disaster because it was immediately obvious he was not the father of the daughter born early into the marriage. He split from the family and only returns to insult his wife and her child. Herbin talks about happier years, now over. They continue the evening in Madame Dravet's apartment, then at Herbin's. Love, or perhaps simply desire, already ties them to each other. But, when they go to Madame's apartment, they discover her husband's corpse. It would seem that he's killed himself. When Madame Dravet wants to call the police, Albert wrenches the phone from her hands. He then confesses he's been lying. Those happy years he'd talked about, well, he'd spent them in prison for killing the woman who wanted to leave him. If the police find him there, they'll suspect he's the murderer. He leaves, but strange details slowly begin to take shape in Madame Dravet's mind, remarks that reveal incomprehensible facts.

Full credits (10)

Executive Producer :

Alain Poiré

Dialogue Writers :

Frédéric Dard, Marcel Bluwal

Director of Photography :

André Bac

Production managers :

Robert Sussfeld, André Deroual

Production Designer :

Jean Mandaroux

Adapters/dialogue writers :

Frédéric Dard, Marcel Bluwal

Author of original work :

Frédéric Dard

Sound Recordist :

René-Christian Forget

Editor :

Geneviève Vaury

Music Composer :

Georges Delerue

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Film noir

Production language :

French

Coproducer countries :

France, Italy

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

1962

French release :

04/05/1962

Runtime :

1 h 25 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

24495

Visa issue date :

23/03/1962

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm