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Marie Mandy

Pardon Cupidon

88' - 1994 - Drama, Romance - Dialogue: French
Director: Marie Mandy Composer: Juliet E. Hill, Marie Daulne, Jean-Louis Daulne With: Viviane Collet, Frédérique Dolphyn, Sabrina Leurquin
A modern marivaudage focusing on tour characters: Adam and Beatrice are faithful and well-disciplined (in principle), while Carl and Diana are cynical and libertine (on principle). Together, they make up two fragile couples. They live in the gray city of Brussels, where they try to escape boredom playing tennis doubles. In this uncomfortable context, they end up by swapping partners (alter all, there are at least tour ways of making love). The Algonquin Hotel, in the center of the quiet city, provides a decadent haven tor !heir digressing conversations. The trouble arises precisely from their non­conjugal conjugation.

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Credits

Director

Marie Mandy

Composer

Juliet E. Hill, Marie Daulne, Jean-Louis Daulne

With

Viviane Collet, Frédérique Dolphyn, Sabrina Leurquin

Scenario

Anita Van Belle

Director of Photography

Louis-Philippe Capelle / SBC - Belgian Society of Cinematographers

Editor

Dominique Lefever, Daniel Staff

Producer

Marie Mandy

More information

Dialogue

French

Countries of production

Belgium

Year

1994

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