C’est le bouquet!. Dir. Jeanne Labrune (2002)
1. Film data
- Jeanne Labrune
- Sandrine Kiberlain (Catherine), Jean-Pierre Darroussin (Raphaël), Dominique Blanc (Édith), Mathieu Amalric (Stéphane), Jean-Claude Brialy (Robert Fesnel), Maurice Bénichou (Antoine), Hélène Lapiower (Alice), Dominique Besnehard (Laurent), Richard Debuisne (Kirsch), Gisèle Casadesus (the lady), Didier Bezace (the director of the playhouse), Lazlo Szabo (the guard), Michael Morris (James Silver), Peter Bonke (the man in Mâcon), Jean-Paul Bonnaire (the fourth auditionee), Stéphane Boucher (the second auditionee), Judith Cahen (the director’s assistant), Stéphane Foenkinos (the director’s assistant), Isabelle Coudrier-Kleist (the secretary), Daniel Isoppo (the first auditionee)
- Jeanne Labrune, Richard Debuisne
- Christophe Pollock
- Guy Lecorne
- Bruno Fontaine
- Emile Ghigo
- Claire Fraïssé
- Alain Sarde
- Les films Alain Sarde, StudioCanal, Art-Light Productions, France 2 Cinéma, Canal+
- 95 min.
- StudioCanal, 2003
Catherine lives with Raphaël. A phone call from an old beau, Kirsch, disrupts the couple’s morning preparations. Spurred on by a remark made earlier by Catherine, Raphaël offends his boss and gets fired. In the meantime, Kirsch brings a bouquet to Catherine’s apartment in her absence and leaves it with her next door neighbours. Catherine meets a playwright in the street and accepts his card and his invitation to give him a call. The lives of all these characters, their friends and acquaintances seem to be affected, one way or another, by the repercussions of Kirsch’s initial phone call.