Table of contents

Other manifestations of this work

Basic facts

Titles

Original title
Swedish release title

Crew

Director
Screenplay
Producer
Director of Photography
Music
Production Designer
Film Editor
Executive Producer

Cast

Audrey Tautou Angélique
Samuel Le Bihan Loïc
Isabelle Carré Rachel
Sophie Guillemin Héloise
Clément Sibony David
Élodie Navarre Anita
Éric Savin Julien
Vania Vilers polischefen
Michèle Garay Claire Belmont
Catherine Cyler Jeanne
Mathilde Blache Léa
Charles Chevalier Arthur
Michaël Mourot Jean-Louis
Yannick Alnet Jean Timbaut
Nathalie Krebs Sonia Jasmin
Sophie Vaslot Madame Dubois-Rollin
Patrice Saunier psykiatern
Daniel Villattes blomsterhandlaren
Nicolas de Teule Marc, blomsterförsäljaren

Companies

Production company Téléma
TF1 Films
TPS Cinéma
Cofimage 12
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) Scanbox Sweden AB 2003
Distributor in Sweden (DVD) Scanbox Entertainment Sweden AB 2003

Swedish censorship / rating

Censorship number 139068
Date 2002-12-20
Classification Allowed from age 7
Original length 2621 meters
Notes Aktlängder: 370-427-415-506-473-430


Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.85:1
Sound type Sound
Sound system Dolby Digital
Colour type Colour
Frames per second 24


Release dates

First showing 2002-03-27 France
Release in Sweden 2003-04-11 BioPalatset Gothenburg Sweden 96 min
2003-04-11 BioPalatset Malmö Sweden 96 min
2003-04-11 BioPalatset Stockholm Sweden 96 min
2003-04-11 Grand Stockholm Sweden 96 min
DVD release 2003-07-30 Sweden

Holdings Film

The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders. For enquiries please contact filmarkivet@filminstitutet.se

Element type Print
Item base Polyester
Gauge 35 mm


Element type SEPMAG
Gauge DTS-skiva


Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100


Holdings Stills

Colour prints 8
Album No


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