The Girl from Paris Movie Review 2002

Information and Film Reviews for The Girl from Paris the Movie

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A Parisian internet worker leaves the city and buys a mountaintop farm from a cranky farmer. Sandrine (Seigner) gives up her high-stress city life and buys a goat farm from Adrien (Serrault), who's ready to be done with farming but resentfully agrees to stick around for 18 months to help out. Sandrine initially does big business through internet advertising, drawing visitors who buy the farm's products and sleep in the barn, but soon must confront the harsh, relentless realities of managing a farm by herself. As she does, her adversarial relationship with Adrien evolves into a friendship. Moves a bit slowly, but farm-raised Carion directs it with sincerity and precision, and creates an honest story of country life and the relationships it builds.

Distribution

Koch Entertainment Distribution, 22 Harbor Park Dr., Port Washington, NY 11080, Remarks: Includes Koch Vision and Koch Lorber Films

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

Cast and Crew

Genres
Farm Livin', Growing Older
Screenplay
Christian Carion, Eric Assous
Cast
Michel Serrault, Mathilde Seigner, Jean-Paul Roussillon, Frederic Pierrot, Marc Berman, Francoise Bette
Cinematography
Antoine Heberle
Director
Christian Carion
Music
Philippe Rombi
Other
Thomas Gauder, Andrea Sedlackova, Jean-Michel Simonet, Virginie Montel, Francoise Dubois
Producer
Christophe Rossignon, Nord-Ouest, Mars Film Productions, Rhone Alps Cinema, StudioCanal, Mars Films

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