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La Sévillane

La Sévillane

A Feature film by Jean-Philippe Toussaint

Produced by Les Films des Tournelles

Release in France : 03/03/1993


    Deciding at a late stage to learn how to drive, the narrator first befriends Pascale Polougaïevski, the young woman who manages the offices of the driving school, and then her father, when the latter arrives bringing jars of cornichons. The three of them travel together in the father's convertible to the suburbs in searcch of a bottle of gas. When the car breaks down, they are forced to come back by subway. In the afternoon Pascale goes to her dance (sevillane) class and the narrator goes with her. Without revealing the end, although foresseeable, they go to London the following week in a driving school car.

    Actors (11)

    Production and distribution (5)

    Co-productions :

    Arte France Cinéma, La Sept Cinéma

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    Full credits (15)

    Executive Producers :

    Anne-Dominique Toussaint, Pascal Judelewicz

    Adaptation :

    Jean-Philippe Toussaint

    Sound Recordist :

    Dominique Warnier

    Director of Photography :

    Jean-François Robin

    Production Manager :

    Jean-Jacques Albert

    Editor :

    Sylvie Pontoizeau

    Production Designer :

    Jean-Claude Bemeels (de)

    Sound Mixer :

    Éric Tisserand

    Assistant directors :

    Christophe Delmas, Véronique Labrid

    Author of original work :

    Jean-Philippe Toussaint

    Screenwriter :

    Jean-Philippe Toussaint

    Assistant Operator :

    David Ungaro

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Agathe Melinand

    Continuity supervisor :

    Véronique Heuchenne

    Costume designer :

    Fabienne Katany

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    Feature film

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    Coproducer countries :

    Belgium, The Netherlands, France

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    Majority French (Belgium, The Netherlands, France)

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    Runtime :

    1 h 30 min

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