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Rendez-vous

Rendez-vous

A Feature film by André Téchiné

Produced by T Films

Release in France : 15/05/1985

    Synopsis

    Nina, a young provincial and a student actress, discovers the Capital. That of her dreams of love and theater. Guided by her instinct, she travels around alone and follows her chance encounters, whether good or bad. On her way, she first meets Paulot, a simple clerk, with a reassuring face of an honest man. Then Quentin, an actor enters into Nina's life. He is a run-down actor, eaten up by a drama in his past. The third person she meets is Scrutzler, a rigid and tired director. He will choose Nina to mold her, throw her on the stage and leave her alone to face herself.

    Actors (16)

    Production and distribution (4)

    Executive Producer :

    T Films

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    MK2 Films (ex MK2)

    Co-production :

    France 2 Cinéma

    French distribution :

    Ugc

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    International releases (4)

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    Subject

    After making a television production: La Matiouette ou l'arrière-pays (1983), Téchiné returned to critical attention with Rendez-vous (1985), a sexy noir melodrama replete with the seductive surface of the era. In the film a would-be actress, Nina, fleeing her provincial home for Paris, enters a turbulent love relationship with a sadistic, self-destructive young actor, who caused the death of his former girlfriend. When the actor himself is killed in an accident, or possible suicide, his former mentor/director, and father of the dead girlfriend, determines to cast the inexperienced Nina as the female lead in 'Romeo and Juliet', a role his deceased daughter played. The film is ultimately a vehicle for exploring the violent intensity of certain emotional attachments and their ability to cause one's life to spin off in unexpected directions. By now a key director of the post-New Wave, this film earned Téchiné the Cannes Festival Best Direction Award while helping launch the career of Juliette Binoche.

    Source : Wikipedia.

    Full credits (16)

    Executive Producer :

    Alain Terzian

    Screenwriters :

    André Téchiné, Olivier Assayas

    Sound assistant :

    Sophie Chiabaut

    Editor :

    Martine Giordano

    Assistant editor :

    Suzanne Koch

    Music Composer :

    Philippe Sarde

    Production Designer :

    Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko

    Sound Mixer :

    Dominique Hennequin

    Assistant directors :

    Michel Bena, Bruno Herbulot, Philippe Landoulsi

    Director of Photography :

    Renato Berta

    Production Manager :

    Armand Barbault

    Sound Editor :

    Jean Gargonne

    Continuity supervisor :

    Michèle Andreucci

    Foley artist :

    Jonathan Liebling

    Costume designer :

    Christian Gasc

    Location Manager :

    Jean-François Pierrard

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Psychological drama

    Themes :

    Désir, Theater

    Production language :

    French

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    1985

    French release :

    15/05/1985

    Runtime :

    1 h 27 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    59694

    Visa issue date :

    20/05/1985

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    CinemaScope

    Audio format :

    Mono

    Posters (1)

    Director

    Festival Selections (3)

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1986

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1986)

    Selection (5)

    Best Sound : Dominique Hennequin, Jean-Louis Ughetto

    Best Costume Design : Christian Gasc

    Best Cinematography : Renato Berta

    Most Promising Actor : Wadeck Stanczak

    Best Actor : Lambert Wilson

    Cannes International Film Festival - 1985

    Cannes International Film Festival (France, 1985)

    Selection

    Official Competition

    Awards (2)

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1986

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1986)

    Awards

    César Award for Most Promising Actor : Wadeck Stanczak