Till Death Do Us Part
THURSDAY, MARCH 28 – 7:30 PM – 1h45 – ALL AUDIENCES
Presentation by and discussion with director Jérôme Enrico and director of photography Pierre-William Glenn
January 1970, in the countryside, not far from Montauban, France . Louis Riquier has custody of his children for the weekend and decides not to return them to their mother Lucianna . The younger ones are delighted to stay in the country house, which they transform into a fort, barricading doors and windows with the help of their father. Lucianna has filed a complaint but the gendarmerie Commander, Ducroix, stalls for time: he knows and appreci- ates Riquier who served under his command during the Algerian war. The media steps in . . .
What happens when media hype and fake news take center stage.
This film is associated with Jérôme Enrico’s Free Master Class and screening of his new documentary Robert Enrico, bref passage sur la Terre, taking place on Friday, March 29 in VCU’s Institute for Contemporary Art.
CAST & CREW
DIRECTOR Robert Enrico
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Pierre-William Glenn
SCREENWRITER Robert Enrico, Jean-Claude Grumberg
PRODUCERS François Cohen-Séat, Gilbert Hus, Jean-Pierre Fabre-Bernadac, Bernard Berge
MUSIC COMPOSER Jean-Yves d’Angelo
COSTUME DESIGNER Louis Tournié
SET DESIGNER Emmanuel Sorin
STARRING Charles Berling, Jean-Francois Stévenin, Beatrice Palme, Claude Brasseur, Michel Duchaussoy, Romaric Perche, Jessica Lecucq, Camille Du Fresne
PRODUCTION LANGUAGE French
PRODUCTION YEAR 1998
FRENCH RELEASE 04/28/1999
Running time 1h 45min