La Maladie de Sachs Trailer

La Maladie de Sachs Trailer (1999)

22 September 1999 Drama

Confronte a la souffrance, a l'angoisse, a la violence des rapports humains, a tout ce qui rend malade, le docteur Sachs, révolte contre l'arrogance du savoir médical et le sentiment de son insuffisance, tombe malade de lui-même. C'est la maladie de Sachs. Par petites touches, par petites phrases, les patients font le portrait du médecin.

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Cast

Albert Dupontel

as Docteur Bruno Sachs

Valérie Dréville

as Pauline Kasser

Dominique Reymond

as Mme Leblanc, la secrétaire du docteur

Cécile Arnaud

as La voisine de Mme Bailly

Etienne Bierry

as M. Renard

Catherine Boisgontier

as La femme qui a perdu son frère

Nathalie Boutefeu

as Viviane, la serveuse

Jean-Claude Bourbault

as L'homme à l'infarctus

Delphine Brimbeuf

as La jeune fille enceinte

Christine Brücher

as La mère d'Annie

Michelle Brûlé

as La femme à l'hygiène irréprochable

Béatrice Bruno

as Angèle Pujade

Gilles Charmot

as Georges

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International Releases Dates

France 22 September 1999

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