Топ-100 ★ Le Havre, film - drama .. Info | About | What's This? | g
Back

★ Le Havre, film - drama ..

Le Havre (film)
                                     

★ Le Havre (film)

Le Havre is a Comedy-drama 2011 film producer, writer and Director Aki Kaurismaki starring: Andre Wilms, Kati Outinen, Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Blondin Miguel. It tells the story of a shoeshiner who tries to save an immigrant child in the French port city of Le Havre. The film was produced by Kaurismakis the Finnish company Sputnik with international cooperation manufacturers in France and Germany. It Kaurismakis the second French film, after La Vie de Boheme 1992.

The film premiered in competition at the Cannes film festival 2011 where it won the FIPRESCI prize. Kaurismaki presents it as the first installment in a trilogy about life in port cities. His ambition is to make follow-UPS located in Spain and Germany, shot in local languages.

                                     

1. The plot. (Сюжет)

Marcel Marx, a former Bohemian and struggling author, has left his literary ambitions and relocated to the port city Le Havre. He leads a simple life, and his wife Arletty, his favourite bar and his not too profitable profession as a shoeshiner. As Arletty suddenly becomes seriously ill, the Marcels path crosses with an underage illegal immigrant from Africa. Marcel and friendly neighbors, as well as other assistance to citizens, in order to hide him from the police. A police inspector may, or may not, be hot on their heels.

                                     

2. Cast. (Литые)

  • Jean-Pierre Darroussin as Monet.
  • Laika as Laika. (Лайка как Лайка)
  • Evelyne Didi as Yvette.
  • Francois Monnie as grocer.
  • Blondin Miguel as Idrissa.
  • Jean-Pierre Leaud as a whistleblower.
  • Roberto Piazza aka little Bob as himself.
  • Andre Wilms as Marcel Marx.
  • Elina Salo as Claire.
  • Pierre Etaix as Dr. Becker.
  • Quoc dung Nguyen as Chang.
  • Katie Outinen as Arletty.
                                     

3. Production. (Производство)

Kaurismaki was the idea of a film about an African child who arrives in Europe three years before the start of production. His initial intention was to set history on the Mediterranean coast, preferably in Italy or Spain, but he had difficulties to find a suitable city. According to kaurismäki, he "drove through the whole seafront from Genoa to Holland", and eventually settled in Le Havre in Northern France, which attracted him with its atmosphere and music.

The script was written in the summer of 2009. The names of several characters were chosen as references to French film icons, such as Arletty and Jacques Becker. The name of the Main character, Marcel Marx, was inspired by Karl Marx. The character previously appeared in Kaurismakis the 1992 film the Bohemian life, where he also was played by andré Wilms. The character Monet was inspired by Porfiry Petrovich, the investigator from Fyodor Dostoevskys Crime and punishment.

The budget is € 3.8 million and included 750.000 euros to support Finnish Oldies. Kaurismakis company Sputnik was the main producer, with Finnish broadcaster Yle, Francis pyramid productions and Germanium Pandora film as co-producers. The local rock singer little Bob was cast in the film, kaurismäki said that "Le Havre is the Memphis, Tennessee of France and little Bob.to.and. Roberto Piazza is the Elvis of this Kingdom as long as johnny Hallyday stays in Paris and even then it will be a good fight." Filming started 23 March and ended 12 may 2010.



                                     

4. Release. (Релиз)

Le Havre premiered on 17 may 2011 in competition at the 64th Cannes film festival. It was the fourth time the film kaurismäki competed at the festival, after drifting clouds, the man without a past and lights in the dusk. The Finnish premiere was on 9 September 2011 through future film distribution. Pyramid distribution released in France on 21 December of the same year. Janus films acquired the us distribution rights.

                                     

4.1. Release. Critical response. (Критическая реакция)

On rotten tomatoes the film received a "certificate of freshness" rating of 99% based on 89 reviews from critics, average Rating of 7.7 / 10. The sites critical consensus reads: "Aki Kaurismakis deadpan wit makes a graceful note Le Havre, Comedy / drama, its cute, sad, and uplifting in equal measure." On Metacritic the film has a score of 82 out of 100, based on 26 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".

Leslie Felperin wrote in variety: "its all rather fun and easy, and, of course, didnt break any new grounds for a Finnish author, even if it raises more influences than usual from French filmmakers like Marcel carne obviously, given the main characters names Jean-Pierre Melville, Robert Bresson and others. But on its own terms, Le Havre is a continual pleasure, seamlessly blending morose and merry notes with a deftness that was there with Kaurismakis best humorous work." Felperin praised the ship Kaurismakis regular operator Timo Salminen and editor Timo Linnasalo, and wrote: "it is like listening to a group that was cheerfully churning it out for years, the members of which all know each other, the timings inside out, not unlike the on-screen performers, little Bob and his grey, perfectly in sync crew".

                                     

4.2. Release. Awards. (Награды)

The film received the FIPRESCI prize for best film at the Cannes film festival. He also received a special mention from the Ecumenical jury. The dog Laika received a special jury prize at the palm dog. The film won the award for best international film at the Munich International film festival 2011. He was selected as the nominee for the award of the European parliaments Lux. The film was selected as the Finnish entry for Best foreign language film at the 84th ceremony of the Academy awards, but it is not a definitive list. Le Havre was awarded a Gold Hugo at the Chicago film festival.

                                     
  • Le Havre may refer to: Le Havre a city in France Le Havre film a Finnish film by Aki Kaurismaki Le Havre board game Le Havre AC, a French association
  • Paris Le Havre railway Ligne Paris Le Havre is an important 228 - kilometre long railway line, that connects Paris to the northwestern port city Le Havre via
  • Chesapeake Bay. It is named after the port city of Le Havre France, which in full was once Le Havre de Grace French, Harbor of Grace The population
  • Finnish film producer, director and writer. Some of her most notable producing credits include Moomins on the Riviera 2014 Le Havre film 2011
  • farming village in the Pays de Caux, some 13 miles 21 km northeast of Le Havre at the junction of the D111 and D940. The church of St. Martin, dating
  • as in the 2013 show Re - Marquer le Territoire Territorial Re - Marks at the Front Room Gallery in Brooklyn. Havre s 2013 show at the Textile Museum
  • wasn t overlooking anything. Filming commenced on August 12, 1938, with exteriors on the Gare Saint - Lazare and at Le Havre Due to running time restrictions
  • Giorgelli Short films Short Film Palme d Or: Cross by Maryna Vroda Short Film Jury Prize: Swimsuit 46 by Wannes Destoop FIPRESCI Prizes Le Havre by Aki Kaurismaki
  • The Brain French: Le Cerveau is a 1969 French comedy film directed by Gerard Oury, about a second train robbery by the brain behind the Great Train Robbery
  • short film 1958 : Le Palais ideal, short film on the Palais ideal by Ferdinand Cheval 1959 : Le Havre short film 1960 : La Chevelure, short film 1962 :


                                     
  • actor. He was born in Le Havre In the 1950s he helped to found Theatre de la Cite, and was a player in the company. He entered films in the 1960s, and played
  • Richardson Hugo 33 1. A Separation 67 2. Mysteries of Lisbon 28 3. Le Havre 22 1. Cave of Forgotten Dreams 35 2. The Interrupters 26 3. Into
  • Retrieved 4 December 2019. Match Factory picks up Kaurismaki s Le Havre Aki Kaurismaki s Next Film The Other Side Of Hope Gearing Up Roger Connah K K: A
  • Guillaume Le Touze born 1968 Le Havre is a French writer. After holding various jobs, he was recruited as a designer for the publishing house L Ecole
  • Irony of Fate which, like Rue du Havre explores the role of chance in human relationships. The book was the basis for a film by Edouard Molinaro. Guimard
  • born April 3, 1931 is a French voice, stage and film actor. Paturel was born on April 3, 1931 in Le Havre where was educated at the Institution Saint - Joseph
  • 2001 A Piece of Sky 2002 Broceliande 2002 Roses à credit 2010 Le Havre 2011 Americano 2011 A Villa in Italy 2013 Superegos 2014 The Missionaries
  • called film noir by critics 1939, France On a foggy night, Jean Jean Gabin an army deserter, catches a ride to the port city of Le Havre Hoping
  • Queen Elizabeth I of England dispatched British troops to occupy Le Havre until June 1563. Le Clerc joined the English invaders and ravaged French shipping
  • Actress and the film was nominated for the Best Film Award. Kaurismaki won the Best Director award at the 1993 Jussi Awards. Le Havre 2011 is a follow - up
                                     
  • Remy Bonjasky, Tyrone Spong, and Stefan Leko. Jerome Le Banner was born in the French city of Le Havre in the region of Normandy and began training in judo
  • local extras performed as themselves as audiences. Locations were used in Le Havre La Rochelle, Nantes, Rochefort, and Paris. For the visual style Amalric
  • Sea 2012 Clouds of Sils Maria 2014 Karl Baumgartner, Producer of Le Havre and Underground Dead at 65 Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 23 March
  • on the terms of the accord, 3000 English troops were summoned to occupy Le Havre and Dieppe. Moreover, Queen Elizabeth promised to provide economic aid
  • Marcy May Marlene Best Foreign Language Film Mysteries of Lisbon Portugal Runners - Up: Attenberg Greece, Le Havre Finland and A Separation Iran Best
  • femme by Andree Pelletier Canada Une Symphonie du havre by Barbara Doran Canada The following films were screened for the 1991 Directors Fortnight Quinzaine
  • Southampton July 1945 - Le Havre and Cherbourg with return to Hampton Roads, to Plymouth and Le Havre August 1945 - Le Havre and Cherbourg with return
  • of Life War Horse 13 Assassins Elite Squad: The Enemy Within Footnote Le Havre Point Blank Born to Be Wild Buck George Harrison: Living in the Material
  • Bergkvist as Young woman Barbro Boman as French singer at Coq d Or in Le Havre Ivan Bouse as Jean, French smuggler Knut Burgh as Man with stockings to
  • as a midfielder. Born in Harfleur near Le Havre in Normandy, Dhorasoo began his football career with Le Havre AC, where he made his debut in a 0 0 draw

Encyclopedic dictionary

Translation
This website uses cookies. Cookies remember you so we can give you a better online experience.
preloader close
preloader