The Prude Trailer

The Prude Trailer (1986)

03 December 1986 86 mins

Pierre is the artistic director of a theater, and when his daughter Manon lets him know that she is coming to see him after a year's absence, Pierre decides to prepare for the meeting. He goes to the theater with his girlfriend Ariane and has the actresses in his troupe act out different aspects of his daughter's character. Unfortunately, this is not adequate preparation, for when Manon does show up, nothing goes quite as he imagined...

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Cast

Sabine Azéma

as Ariane

Laurent Malet

as François

Brigitte Coscas

as La taille de Manon

Anne Coesens

as La voix de Manon

Corinne Dacla

as L'oreille de Manon

Pascale Salkin

as L'absence de Manon

Jessica Forde

as La main de Manon

Vinciane LeMen

as La fille au charbon

Kitty Kortes-Lynch

as Les petits orteils

Nicole Persy

as Les yeux de Manon

Pascale Tison

as La soeur de la fugueuse

Crew

William Lubtchansky

William Lubtchansky Director of Photography

Philippe Sarde

Original Music Composer

Jean-Claude de Bemels

Jean-Claude de Bemels Production Design

International Releases Dates

France 03 December 1986

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