The Lover Movie Review 1992

Information and Film Reviews for The Lover the Movie

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Portrays the sexual awakening of a French teenager and her older Chinese lover in Indochina in 1929. The characters, who remain nameless, meet on a ferry where the man is smitten by the girl's beauty. Detached, determined, and unromantic (the opposite of her indolent lover), she allows herself to be seduced for the experience, and money, he offers. The film is equally detached, including the beautifully photographed but uninvolving sex scenes. Moreau narrates as an adult looking back on her life. March's debut; filmed on location in Vietnam. Based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras who reputiated director Annuad's film when it was released in France. Also available in an unrated, letterbox version at 115 minutes.

Distribution

Baker & Taylor Inc., 2709 Water Ridge Pkwy., Ste. 500, Charlotte, NC 28217, Phone: (704)357-3500, Toll-free: 800-775-1800, Email: btinfo@btol.com, URL: http://www.btol.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 103 minutes.
Originally from French.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Romantic Drama, Period Piece: 1920s, Torrid Love Scenes
Screenplay
Gerard Brach, Jean-Jacques Annaud
Cast
Jane March, Tony Leung Ka-Fai, Frederique Meininger, Arnaud Giovanietti, Melvil Poupaud, Lisa Faulkner, Xiem Mang
Cinematography
Robert Fraisse
Director
Jean-Jacques Annaud
Music
Gabriel Yared
Other
Jeanne Moreau, Noell Boisson
Producer
Claude Berri, Timothy Burrill, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures

Awards

Cesar 1993: Score.

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