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Monsieur Hire

Monsieur Hire

A Feature film by Patrice Leconte

Produced by Hachette Première et Cie, Ciné@

Release in France : 24/05/1989

    Synopsis

    The lonely and reclusive tailor Mr. Hire is an antisocial middle-age man that does not like people. When the young Pierrette is found murdered in his neighborhood, Mr. Hire becomes the prime suspect of the detective assigned to investigate the case. Mr. Hire usually stalks his neighbor Alice from his window during the night and sees her encounters with her boyfriend Emile. When Alice accidentally sees Mr. Hire, she surprisingly visits him and he discloses that he is in love with her. Further, he tells that he had witnessed Emile killing Pierrette, but he had not told the police since she would be considered accomplice of the murder. Mr. Hire invites Alice to travel with him to Lausanne, Switzerland, and leave Emile behind.

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    Actors (9)

    Production and distribution (4)

    Executive Producers :

    Hachette Première et Cie, Ciné@

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    StudioCanal Films Limited

    Co-production :

    France 3 Cinéma

    French distribution :

    UGC Distribution (ex International)

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    International releases (14)

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    Full credits (20)

    Executive Producers :

    René Cleitman, Philippe Carcassonne

    Adapters/dialogue writers :

    Patrice Leconte, Patrick Dewolf

    Director of Photography :

    Denis Lenoir

    Assistant Operators :

    Pascal Lagriffoul, Pascal Ridao

    Production Manager :

    Frédéric Sauvagnac

    Editor :

    Joëlle Hache

    Assistant editor :

    Maryline Monthieux

    Production Designer :

    Ivan Maussion

    Foley artist :

    Jérôme Lévy

    Sound Mixer :

    Dominique Hennequin

    Assistant directors :

    Marie-Claude Beauchaud, Etienne Dhaene

    Author of original work :

    Georges Simenon

    Sound Recordist :

    Pierre Lenoir

    Camera operators :

    Patrick Cauderlier, Patrice Leconte

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Dominique Segall

    Sound Editor :

    Jean Goudier

    Continuity supervisor :

    Marguerite Perlado

    Music Composer :

    Michael Nyman

    Costume designer :

    Élisabeth Tavernier

    Still Photographer :

    Jean-Marie Leroy

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Psychological drama

    Production language :

    French

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French

    Production year :

    1989

    French release :

    24/05/1989

    Runtime :

    1 h 21 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    68.875

    Visa issue date :

    19/04/1989

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    CinemaScope

    Posters (1)

    Director

    Festival Selections (3)

    Festival de Films Cinémania - 2012

    Festival de Films Cinémania (Canada, 2012)

    Selection

    Official Selection

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards - 1990

    Cesar Awards - French film industry awards (France, 1990)

    Selection (8)


    Best Sound : Dominique Hennequin, Pierre Lenoir

    Best Editing : Joëlle Hache

    Best Original Music : Michael Nyman

    Best Director : Patrice Leconte

    Best Actress : Sandrine Bonnaire

    Best Actor : Michel Blanc

    Best Film

    Cannes International Film Festival - 1989

    Cannes International Film Festival (France, 1989)

    Selection

    Official Competition

    Awards (2)

    French Syndicate of Cinema Critics - 1989

    French Syndicate of Cinema Critics (1989)

    Awards

    French Syndicate of Cinema Critics Price