Cran d’arrêt (movie, 1970)

Cran d’arrêt is a Franco – Italian film by Yves Boisset, made in 1969 and released in 1970 .

Synopsis

A doctor removed from the order for euthanasia is called by a man to help his depressed son since the suicide of his companion. But in the handbag of the deceased, an undeveloped film is discovered by the doctor who decides to investigate the alleged suicide of the young woman.

Data sheet

  • Directed by: Yves Boisset
  • Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: Claude Othnin Girard
  • Produced by Francis Cosne
  • Scenario: Antoine Blondin , Yves Boisset , Francis Cosne , from the novel Venere privata ( private Venus ) of Giorgio Scerbanenco ( 1966 ).
  • Dialogue: Antoine Blondin
  • Music: Michel Magne
  • Images: Jean-Marc Ripert
  • Cameraman: Daniel Gaudry
  • Editor: Paul Cayatte
  • Assistant editor: Béatrice Bellest
  • Sound engineer: Bernard Aubouy
  • Mixing: Jean Neny
  • Costume: John of Vernant
  • Genre: drama , thriller
  • Country: France , Italy
  • Year: 1969
  • Release date in cinemas: January 1970 in France

Distribution

  • Bruno Cremer : Doctor Lamberti (in Italian Duca Lamberti )
  • Renaud Verley : David Auseri
  • Marianne Comtell : Livia Ussaro
  • Raffaella Carrà : Alberta Radelli
  • Mario Adorf : the long-haired man
  • Jean Martin : the butler
  • Rufus : the photographer’s assistant
  • Claudio Gora : Doctor Carrua
  • Marina Berti : Alberta’s sister
  • Roger Lumont : the big dancer
  • Agostina Belli : Mara, the girlfriend of Lamberti
  • Jean Mermet
  • Claudine Berg : the concierge of the building headquarters of the photo studio
  • Vanna Brosio

Around the film

  • The poster in front of which Livia Ussaro lingers in front of the cinema is that of the film Let’s say, one evening at dinner , released in 1969.