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Year: 2001
USA: Manhattan Pictures
UK: Optimum Releasing
Cast: Bruno Putzulu, Cecile Camp, Jean Davy, Françoise Verny, Audrey Klebaner, Philippe Lyrette, Jeremy Lippmann, Claude Baignieres, Remo Forlani, Jean Lacouture, Mark Hunter, Bruno Mesrine, Djeloul Beghoura, Violeta Ferrer, Valerie Ortlieb, Serge Spira, Stephanie Jaubert, Lemmy Constantine, William Doherty, Jean-Henri Roger, Noël Simsolo
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Countries: France / Switzerland
Language: French (English subtitles)
USA: 97 mins
UK: 98 mins
UK Certificate: PG contains infrequent mild bad language
USA Release Date: 6 September 2002 (Limited Release - Los Angeles and New York)
UK Release Date: 23 November 2001


ELOGE DE L'AMOUR was a highly-anticipated world premiere presentation in competition at Cannes 2001, generating widespread critical acclaim amongst the world's press. The film was Jean-Luc Godard's first in competition at Cannes for more than a decade. A moving meditation on the themes of memory and history, it's the story of Edgar (Bruno Putzulu), a young man who plans to stage a production (though not specified what type) that follows the course of love in four key moments (the initial meeting, the passion, the separation and the reconciliation) through three generations: young, adult and elderly. It is also split into two time frames.

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