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Malaire

Malaire

A Feature film by Gilbert Dupé

Produced by Agence Générale Cinématographique (AGC)

Release in France : 22/05/1953

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Actors (4)

Production and distribution (2)

Film exports/foreign sales :

LCJ Editions & Productions

Synopsis

Noguère, an old patriarch, is about to die and decides to confess at last to a priest. He once lived alone with his son Juste, who helped him to farm the Mauvents land. One night Noguère fired at a couple of trespassers, hurting the girl and killing her fiancé. Giving Catoune, the girl, the shelter of his home, Noguère was forced - however reluctantly it may have been - to break the bad news to the fiancée. For all that Catoune recovered, settled down and later married Juste. After a while Juste left for the war and was soon reported missing. Noguère comforted the distressed young woman so well that she became her mistress. But Juste had not been killed...

Full credits (6)

Executive Producers :

Gilbert Dupé, Charles Vanel

Dialogue Writer :

Jean de La Varende

Director of Photography :

Jules Kruger

Adapter/dialogue writer :

André-Paul Antoine

Author of original work :

Gilbert Dupé

Music Composer :

Marcel Delannoy

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Production language :

French

Coproducer countries :

France, Spain

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

1953

French release :

22/05/1953

Runtime :

1 h 20 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

11613

Visa issue date :

25/04/1952

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.37

Audio format :

Mono

Posters (2)

Director