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Entertainment Jean de Florette / Manon des sources (Salto): the secrets of a cult diptych

13:50  05 december  2020
13:50  05 december  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Manon des Sources is a 1986 French language period film. Directed by Claude Berri, it is the second of two films adapted from the 1966 two-volume novel by Marcel Pagnol

Jean de Florette (French pronunciation: [ʒɑ̃ də flɔʁɛt]) is a 1986 period drama film directed by Claude Berri, based on a novel by Marcel Pagnol. It is followed by Manon des Sources .

Jean de Florette / Manon des sources (Salto) : les secrets d'un diptyque culte © COLLECTION CHRISTOPHE L Jean de Florette / Manon des sources (Salto): the secrets of a cult diptych Cult films from the 80s , Jean de Florette and Manon des sources (1986) left an impression on the audience. A diptych carried by Daniel Auteuil and the revelation Emmanuelle Béart, whose genesis is surprising to say the least, and with the pharaonic filming.

The "oldest" remember, the others should quickly find out. Released a few months apart in theaters in 1986, Jean by Florette and Manon from sources form an event diptych and now a classic of French cinema. A double work adapted from Marcel Pagnol , and carried in particular by Emmanuel Béart . Always sublime in a swimsuit and capable of captivating her fans without makeup , the French actress was "the" revelation of the films of Claude Berri , and has largely confirmed since, by integrating in particular the franchise Mission : Impossible .

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Jean de Florette with Yves Montand is the first of two movies that tell this tale. Watched these years ago on the suggestion of a film buff I knew. Rented " Jean " and didn't see what was so great. The DVD promises both films, Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources , and only one is on the disc.

Originally was Marcel Pagnol

You can see, feel, the two films originate from Marcel Pagnol. But not exactly as you think. Very much in love with his wife Jacqueline, whom he has already directed several times in front of the camera, and attracted by the theme of water, the famous Provençal author launches in 1951 in the drafting of the scenario of ... Manon des sources , which becomes a film in 1952. Ten years later, the author returns to his story, and develops it in a book titled L'Eau des Collines . The novel is divided into two parts: Jean de Florette , then Manon from the sources . And this is how Pagnol signed in the sixties what is now called an prequel ! Tragic and very colorful, the story seems perfect for the cinema, and quickly interests the director and producer Claude Berri . But he will have to wait ten years before Jacqueline Pagnol, widow of the novelist who died in 1974, finally accepts the idea of ​​transposing the story on the big screen.

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Jean de Florette / Manon des Source . Anyone who has not seen these two wonderful films, well really just one film, should do so. John de Florette deals with a friendly hard-working, full of hope, but ultimately naive tax collector from the city who's inheritance means that he can start a new life living

Movie 7 and 8: Jean de Florette and Manon des sources .

Jean de Florette and Manon from sources , an eight-month shoot!

It was finally in 1985 that the shooting of the new adaptation of Pagnol's work began. From the start, Jean de Florette and Manon from sources form one and the same set and are shot at the same time. It was not all easy since Yves Montand initially refused the role of Papet, finding the character too old for him. Claude Berri first wanted to engage Coluche in the role of Ugolin, before thinking of Jacques Villeret after the accidental death of the creator of Restos du coeur. But Yves Montand and Simone Signoret opposed this choice, before the role was finally entrusted to Daniel Auteuil . A true southerner who had tried for years to lose his southern accent ... The shooting lasted no less than eight months in the Luberon, Gard or Vaucluse, for an imposing budget (at the time) of 110 million francs.

Emmanuelle Béart, luminous in Manon from the sources

Jean de Florette finally came out in August 1986 and Manon from the sources in November of the same year. The second film is literally worn by Emmanuelle Béart, 22 years old at the time of filming. Solar, breathtakingly beautiful, the actress, who had already shot several films before, acquires a star status. With her partner Daniel Auteuil, she will form for many years one of the most glamorous couples of French cinema. Both will be celebrated at the César, with the statuettes for best actor and best supporting female role.

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