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Rien, voilà l'ordre

Rien, voilà l'ordre

A Feature film by Jacques Baratier

Produced by Wallworks

Release in France : 23/06/2004

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Actors (23)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producer :

Wallworks

French distribution :

Artedis

Film exports/foreign sales :

Cinexport

Synopsis

In the Rhien psychiatric clinic, patients and caregivers share singularly nutty relationships with each other.
Aroulette, a poet, has been at the clinic for thirty years, forgotten there after a dubious court case. He spends his time in a wheelchar and enjoys being an amateur psychiatrist for the other patients.
Alexis, a young and talented musician, is friends with Aroulette, their relationship full of humor and song. He's found a refuge from the outside world - and an abusive mother - here at the clinic.
One day, a few patients gathered together in the lounge watch a television program during which a journalist announces the accidental death of a movie actor, Pierre Chabriere, that occured at the end of the shooting of his latest film. A few days later, the film's star, Zelda Mitchell, traumatized by the accident for which she believes she's responsible, enters the clinic in a state of nervous depression.
She shares a room with Sophie, a young patient who's very sensitive to Zelda's mystical and warm presence. During her sleeping cure, Zelda hears a piece of piano music that she becomes obsessed about. When she discovers that it's a piece composed by Alexis, she falls in love with and confides in him. But he doesn't want to face the real world, prefering to remain alone in a world of madness.
Pictoresque characters add light touches to this delicate story, as do the songs sung by Alexis and Mona, the clinic's cleaning lady. The songs are by Serge Rezvani.

Photos (5)

Full credits (8)

Executive Producer :

Claude Kunetz

Director of Photography :

Thierry Godefroy

Press Attaché (film) :

Chantal Lam

Continuity supervisor :

Nathalie Gormand

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

French

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French

Production year :

2003

French release :

23/06/2004

Runtime :

1 h 36 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

100.697

Visa issue date :

16/02/2004

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

35mm

Posters (1)

Director

Festival Selections

Cannes Film Market - 2004

Cannes Film Market (France, 2004)

Selection

Selection