The Woman from Rose Hill Trailer

The Woman from Rose Hill Trailer (1989)

22 November 1989 Drama 95 mins

Julie is a young woman from Rose Hill who arrives in rural Switzerland to marry her older pen-friend Marcel. She feels unhappy until she meets Jean, a younger man. However, his father disagrees.

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Cast

Marie Gaydu

as Julie

Denise Peron

as Jeanne

Roger Jendly

as Marcel

Louba Guertchikoff

as Marcel's mother

André Steiger

as Jean's father

Jacques Michel

as Police officer

Marie-Christine Epiney

as Jean's friend

Crew

Michel Wintsch

Original Music Composer

Hugues Ryffel

Hugues Ryffel Cinematography

International Releases Dates

France 22 November 1989

Production Companies

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