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Mademoiselle Chambon [DVD] [French] [2009]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Interview with director Stéphane Brizé
  • Deleted scenes, with introduction by film critic Stephanie Goudet
  • Trailers
  • Stills gallery

Synopsis

Mademoiselle Chambon
Two adults struggle to avoid letting their erotic passion for one another guide them into infidelity in this subtly erotic, understated chamber drama from France. Vincent Lindon stars as Jean, a burly blue-collar mason who lives semi-contentedly with his wife, Anne-Marie (Aure Atika), and son, Jérémy (Arthur Le Houérou), in some unspecified provincial French town. Little passion exists in Jean's life -- until his path crisscrosses with that of Véronique Chambon (Sandrine Kiberlain), his son's violin teacher. Completely taken with the woman's cultural sophistication (manifested through her love of classical music) and intellectualism, Jean begins contemplating an affair with this virtual stranger, and offers to repair one of her windows as an excuse to be more proximate to her. Ultimately, suspense begins to build as the question lingers of whether the two will give in to their desires. Stéphane Brizé directed and authored the script, an adaptation of Eric Holder's novel. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Sandrine Kiberlain
    Sandrine Kiberlain - Véronique Chambon
  • Vincent Lindon
    Vincent Lindon - Jean
  • Aure Atika
    Aure Atika - Anne-Marie
  • Jean-Marc Thibault
    Jean-Marc Thibault - The Father
  • Arthur Le Houérou
    Arthur Le Houérou - Jérémy
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