La reine blanche Trailer

La reine blanche Trailer (1991)

08 May 1991 119 mins

In 1960, in a coastal town near to Nantes, Jean Ripoche lives with his wife Liliane, their four children and Liliane’s father Lucien. Jean divides his time between running his plumbing business and making a float for the Nantes carnival. The Ripoche’s ordered lives are thrown into turmoil when Jean’s former friend, Yvon Legualoudec, returns to the town – with his black wife Annabelle and their three children. Before he disappeared twenty years ago, without saying a word, Yvon was Jean’s rival for Liliane’s affections. As bitter memories resurface, the relationship between Jean, Yvon and Liliane become strained.

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Catherine Deneuve

as Liliane Ripoche

Richard Bohringer

as Jean Ripoche

Bernard Giraudeau

as Yvon Legualoudec

Jean Carmet

as Lucien

Laure Moutoussamy

as Annabelle

Muriel Pultar

as Mireille


Jean-Claude Fleury

Jean-Claude Fleury Executive Producer

Georges Delerue

Original Music Composer

Claude Lecomte

Claude Lecomte Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

France 08 May 1991

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