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La Truite (The Trout)

La Truite (The Trout)

A Feature film by Joseph Losey

Produced by Gaumont

Release in France : 22/09/1982

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Actors (16)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Gaumont

Film exports/foreign sales :

Gaumont

TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

TV broadcasts: details by country

Synopsis

In a small coastal town, the youngster Frédérique works in a trout-farm. She marries the gay Galuchat and they lure the upper-class businessmen Rambert and Saint-Genis in the bowling, pretending that they do not play well and winning a large amount in a game, despite the protest of Rambert's wife Lou. Saint-Genis invites Frédérique to travel with him in a business trip to Japan, where he has a meeting scheduled with the Japanese businessman Daigo Hamada and she leaves Galuchat and has a brief love affair with Saint-Genis. She returns when she is informed that her husband is in the hospital. Then Rambert tries to convince Frédérique to be his lover, with tragic consequences.

Full credits (23)

Executive Producers :

Yves Rousset-Rouard, Nicolas Seydoux, Daniel Toscan du Plantier, Alain Poiré

Adapters/dialogue writers :

Monique Lange, Joseph Losey

Author of original work :

Roger Vailland

Director of Photography :

Henri Alekan

Sound Assistant :

Michel Kharat

Camera Operator :

Yves Rodallec

Editor :

Marie Castro-Vasquez

Assistant Editor :

Gérard Hardy

Production Designers :

Alexandre Trauner, Hubert de Varine

Foley artist :

Jean-Pierre Lelong

Costume designer :

Annalisa Nasalli-Rocca

Still Photographers :

Carole Lange, Georges Pierre

Assistant directors :

Jean Achache, Frédéric Bourboulon

Dialogue Writer :

Monique Lange

Co-producers :

Alain Poiré, Patricia Losey, Christian Ferry, André Pergament

Sound Recordist :

Bernard Bats

Assistant Operators :

Agnès Godard, François Lauliac

Production Manager :

Pierre Saint-Blancat

Sound editor :

Dominique Roy

Continuity supervisor :

Catherine Prevert

Music Composer :

Richard Hartley

Casting :

Margot Capelier

Sound Mixer :

Jean-Paul Loublier

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

1982

French release :

22/09/1982

Runtime :

1 h 45 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

54249

Visa issue date :

15/09/1982

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Posters (4)

Director

Festival Selections (2)

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1983

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1983)

Selection (2)

Best Production Design : Alexandre Trauner

Best Cinematography : Henri Alekan

Venice International Film Festival  - 1982

Venice International Film Festival (Italy, 1982)

Selection

Official Competition

Awards

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1983

Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1983)

Awards

César award for best cinematography : Henri Alekan