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by Laurent Bouhnik


This contemporary adaptation of Stefan Zweig's story traverses three different periods. Beginning in Monte-Carlo in 1913, it tells how the violent passion between an English aristocratic lady and a young military officer addicted to gambling causes drastic changes to the direction of three peoples’ lives…

international title: 24 HOURS IN THE LIFE OF A WOMAN
original title: 24 HEURES DE LA VIE D'UNE FEMME
country: France, Germany, United Kingdom
sales agent: mk2 films
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Laurent Bouhnik
film run: 107'
release date: FR 08/01/2003, CH 22/01/2003, BE 05/02/2003, LT 25/07/2003
screenplay: Laurent Bouhnik, Gilles Taurand
cast: Michel Serrault, Agnès Jaoui, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Clément van den Bergh, Frances Barber, Pascal Greggory, Bruno Slagmulder
cinematography by: Gilles Henry
film editing: Jacqueline Mariani, Hervé de Luze
art director: Jean Cottin
costumes designer: Hervé de Luze
music: Michael Nyman
producer: Jean Cottin, Etienne Comar
production: Playtime, France 3 Cinéma, Cinevia Films, Roadmovies Filmproduktion (DE), Grosvenor Park Productions (UK)
distributor: MK2 Distribution, Les Films de l'Elysée (BE), Agora Film (CH), SPI International (PL/HU), Schwarz (DE),
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