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Le Dernier Metro DVD 1980 Az utolsó metró (The Last Metro) / Directed by Francois Truffaut / Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Gérard Depardieu, Jean Poiret

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Le Dernier Metro DVD 1980 Az utolsó metró (The Last Metro) / Directed by Francois Truffaut / Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Gérard Depardieu, Jean Poiret

UPC 5999546330519

REGION 2 PAL DVD

MADE IN Hungary

AUDIO: French 2.0, Hungarian 2.0

SUBTITLES: Hungarian

Total Runtime: 127 MINUTES

 

English Summary:

The Last Metro (French: Le Dernier Métro) is a 1980 historical drama film, written and directed by François Truffaut, that stars Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu.

Opening in 1942 during the German occupation of France, it follows the fortunes of a small theatre in the Montmartre area of Paris which keeps up passive resistance by maintaining its cultural integrity, despite censorship, antisemitism and material shortages, to emerge triumphant at the war’s end. The title evokes two salient facts of city life under the Germans: fuel shortages led people to spend their evenings in theatres and other places of entertainment, but the curfew meant they had to catch the last Métro train home.

On his way to start rehearsals at the Théâtre Montmartre, where he has been hired as male lead for a new production, young Bernard Granger tries to talk to an attractive woman, who repeatedly rebuffs him. When he arrives, she turns out to be the costume designer Arlette, a lesbian. He is taken to see the icily beautiful Marion, who is both owner of the theater and leading lady. Her Jewish husband Lucas is believed to have left Paris but is in fact living in the cellars, where Marion visits him each evening to bring books and food and talk about the new production. However Marion is quite struck by Bernard, whom Lucas can just hear through a heating vent but never see. Unknown to anybody at the theater, Bernard is a member of a Resistance group and delivers the bomb that kills a German admiral.

 

French Summary:

Depuis que la moitié Nord de la France a été envahie par les nazis, les Parisiens passent leurs soirées dans les salles de spectacles, pour ne pas avoir froid. Marion Steiner ne pense qu'aux répétitions de la pièce qui va être jouée dans son théâtre, le théâtre Montmartre, dont elle assure la direction à la place de son mari juif. Tout le monde pense que Lucas Steiner a fui la France. En réalité, il s'est réfugié dans les sous-sols du théâtre. Chaque soir, Marion lui rend visite et commente avec lui le travail des comédiens, notamment celui du jeune premier de la troupe, Bernard Granger. Très vite, Lucas comprend, simplement en écoutant les répétitions depuis sa cachette, que sa femme est tombée amoureuse de Bernard Granger. Ce dernier, engagé dans la Résistance, sera le seul de la troupe à aider Lucas lors d'une perquisition de la Gestapo. La pièce est un succès mais le théâtre connaît des jours difficiles, du fait de la jalousie d'un critique de théâtre antisémite et hargneux. Alors que la France est libérée par les Alliés, Marion continue sa vie de comédienne, entre son mari, désormais réhabilité et acclamé, et Bernard.

 

Hungarian Summary:

A németek megszállta Párizs: Marion Steiner színésznő átvette férjétől, a zsidó Lucas Steinertől a Montmartre Színház vezetését. Mindenki azt hiszi, hogy a férje Dél-Amerikába menekült, valójában azonban a színház pincéjében rejtőzik. Felesége élelemmel látja el, ő viszont pontos utasításokat ad feleségének, hogy miként rendezze meg a színház új bemutatóját. Az egyik kezdő színész közben fülig szerelmes lesz az igazgatónőbe.

 

Cast / Distribution / Szereplők:

  • Catherine Deneuve as Marion Steiner
  • Gérard Depardieu as Bernard Granger
  • Jean Poiret as Jean-Loup Cottins
  • Heinz Bennent as Lucas Steiner
  • Andréa Ferréol as Arlette Guillaume, the costume designer
  • Paulette Dubost as Germaine Fabre, the older woman employed by the theatre
  • Sabine Haudepin as Nadine Marsac, the young actress
  • Jean-Louis Richard as Daxiat
  • Maurice Risch as Raymond Boursier, the technician of the theatre
  • Marcel Berbert as Merlin
  • Richard Bohringer as a Gestapo Officer
  • László Szabó as Lieutenant Bergen
  • Jean-Pierre Klein as Christian Leglise, a resistant
  • Franck Pasquier as Jacquot/Eric
  • Rose Thierry as Jacquot's mother
  • Martine Simonet as Martine Sénéchal
  • Christian Baltauss as the actor replacing Bernard
  • Rénata as Greta Borg, a singer in a club
  • Hénia Ziv as Yvonne
  • Jean-José Richer as René Bernardini
  • Jessica Zucman as Rosette
  • René Dupré as M. Valentin
  • Alain Tasma as Marc
  • Pierre Belot as the Hotel porter
  • Jacob Weizbluth as Rosen

 

Szereplők

SzereplőSzínészMagyar hang
Marion Steiner Catherine Deneuve Kútvölgyi Erzsébet
Bernard Granger Gérard Depardieu Szilágyi Tibor
Jean–Loup Cottins Jean Poiret Makay Sándor
Lucas Steiner Heinz Bennent Haumann Péter
Arlette Guillaume Andréa Ferréol Kovács Nóra
Germaine Fabre Paulett Dubost Szabó Éva
Daxiat Jean–Louis Richard Koroknay Géza
Nadine Marsac Sabine Haudepin Kelemen Éva
Raymond Boursier Maurice Risch Miklósy György
Merlin Marcel Berbert Szatmári István
Bergen főhadnagy Szabó László  

 

Directed by François Truffaut
Produced by François Truffaut
Jean-José Richer
Written by François Truffaut
Suzanne Schiffman
Jean-Claude Grumberg
Starring Catherine Deneuve
Gérard Depardieu
Jean Poiret
Music by Georges Delerue
Cinematography Néstor Almendros
Edited by Martine Barraqué
Production
company
Les Films du Carrosse
Andrea Films
SEDIF
SFP
TF1 Films Production
Distributed by Gaumont
United Artists Classics
Release date
  • 17 September 1980
Running time
127 minutes
Country France
Language French

 

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