Dandin
Dandin

Dandin

A film by Roger Planchon

George Dandin, a wealthy farmer, marries Angélique de Sotenville, the daughter of aristocrats who concede to her marriage because of their grave financial difficulties. No one asked the young lady what she might want. Dandin quickly realises that he was a fool to have wanted to marry above his station: his wife won’t give herself to him and humiliates him in public. What’s more, she lets Clitandre, a handsome courtier, whisper sweet nothings in her ear. Dandin tries in vain to prove to his parents-in-law how brazenly their daughter is behaving. His attempts only cause him even more humiliation. The couple’s bickering becomes increasingly violent. Just what will become of this mismatched pair?

With Claude Brasseur, Zabou Breitman, Daniel Gelin, Nelly Borgeaud, Jean-Claude Adelin, Evelyne Buyle
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INFORMATIONS »

— director
Roger Planchon
— cast
Claude Brasseur, Zabou Breitman, Daniel Gelin, Nelly Borgeaud, Jean-Claude Adelin, Evelyne Buyle
— producers
Les Films du Losange
— duration
1h53
— production year
1987
— release date france
January 20, 1988
— nationality
France
— screenplay
Roger Planchon
— genre
a feature film
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— coproducers
La Sept Cinéma, Films A2
— format
1.85
— length
3048 m
— sound format
Mono
— cinematographer
Bernard Lutic
— sound
Georges Prat
— editing
Hélène Viard
— music
Jean-Pierre Foulquey
— costume designer
Jacques Schmidt, Thierry Leproust
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