PARIS 36

FAUBOURG 36

By Christophe BARRATIER

PATHÉ FILMS - as SALES All rights, World

Drama - Completed 2008


    • Year of production
    • 2008
    • Genres
    • Drama, Historical
    • Countries
    • FRANCE
    • Languages
    • FRENCH
    • Budget
    • 25 - 50 M$
    • Director(s)
    • Christophe BARRATIER
    • Writer(s)
    • Christophe BARRATIER, Julien RAPPENEAU
    • Producer(s)
    • Jacques PERRIN (GALATEE), Nicolas MAUVERNAY (GALATEE)
    • Synopsis
    • Following LES CHORISTES (France's biggest grossing film of 2004)
      director Christophe Barratier returns with another vivid portrayal of a bygone era in France.
      When the Chansonia music hall closes down, stage workers Milou,
      Jacky and Pigoil are out of a job. But it is 1936 and the left wing Popular Front has just come to power, introducing paid holidays and the 40 hour work week. Infected by the sense of empowerment sweeping the nation, the three friends decide to occupy the Chansonia and stage their own show.
      Their first efforts are panned by the critics and shunned by the
      public. However Douce, an unknown young chanteuse, makes a
      stunning debut. She becomes the star of the Chansonia's next
      production, a hit musical celebrating the seaside holidays.
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