Private Fears in Public Places

(France/Italy, 2006, 124 minutes)

The lives of six lonely middle-aged men and women who don't really know each other but are somewhat connected. Moody, bitter-sweet comedy-drama of modern relationships, exquisitely handled and performed.

A Mars Distribution release of a Studio Canal presentation. Soudaine Compagnie presents a Soudaine Compagnie/Studio Canal/France 2 Cinéma/SFP Cinéma/BIM Distribuzione production, in association with Banque Populaire Images 6; with the participation of Canal Plus and TPS Star; with the support of Centre National de la Cinématographie, Eurimages and Région Île-de-France. Starring Sabine Azéma, Isabelle Carré, Laura Morante, Pierre Arditi, André Dussollier, Lambert Wilson; and the voice of Claude Rich as Arthur. Directed by Alain Resnais; produced by Bruno Pésery; screenplay by Jean-Michel Ribes, based on the play by Alan Ayckbourn, Private Fears in Public Places; music by Mark Snow; director of photography (Central Color, Panavision), Éric Gautier; production designers, Jacques Saulnier, Jean-Michel Ducourty, Solange Zeitoun; costume designer, Jackie Budin; film editor, Hervé de Luze.


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