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Palace

Palace

A Feature film by Édouard Molinaro

Produced by Wonderland productions, Third wave production

Release in France : 23/01/1985

  • Contents

Actors (14)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producers :

Wonderland productions, Third wave production

French distribution :

Parafrance

Foreign production company :

Rapid film

TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

TV broadcasts: details by country

Synopsis

In a standard story of brotherly conflict during the severity of detention in a German prison camp at the end of World War II, Robert (Claude Brasseur) has privileges that make him want to keep his status quo intact, while his brother Lucien (Daniel Auteuil) is anxious to escape and get back to the resistance movement. Robert is a pianist with enough talent that the Germans requisition him to entertain at a nearby hotel. His life is so close to normal that he even starts an affair with Hanna (Gudrun Landgrebe), the manager of the hotel. But when Lucien becomes hunted by the Germans as a POW who escaped his captors, Robert is forced to hide him in the prison camp. From that point onward, the brothers disagree on what to do next.

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Full credits (10)

Executive Producers :

Jean-Pierre Labrande, Jacques Vuillermin

Screenwriters :

Alain Godard (Succession), Édouard Molinaro

Sound Recordist :

Philippe Lioret

Editor :

Marie-Jo Audiard

Music Composer :

Michel Legrand

Producer :

Frank Lipsik

Director of Photography :

Michael Epp

Production Manager :

Patrick Millet

Production Designer :

Jacques Bufnoir

Costume designer :

Jacques Cottin

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Romantic comedy

Themes :

War

Production language :

French

Coproducer countries :

France, Germany

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

Majority French (France, Germany)

Production year :

1984

French release :

23/01/1985

Runtime :

1 h 35 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

58.762

Visa issue date :

03/01/1985

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Audio format :

Mono