Actors: Bruno Cremer, Vanessa Paradis, Ludmila Mikaël, Jean Dasté
|Review Summary and Plot Commentary about Noce Blanche |
|NOCE BLANCHE (White Wedding) is a film written and directed by the French director Jean-Claude Brisseau in 1989. Vanessa Paradis won the French Academy Award in the Most Promising Actress category.
François Hainaut is a 50 years old philosophy teacher who falls in love with the 17 years old Mathilde Tessier, one of the most gifted students he's ever seen in his career. François is married to Catherine, a bookstore owner who starts to receive anonymous letters denouncing her husband's behaviour. When Mathilde asks him to leave his wife, François understands that there isn't any future in their relation and ends it. From this moment on, a still in love Mathilde will try first to make him jealous. She will also harass the couple with anonymous phone calls and hire a friend to ruin Catherine's bookstore one night.
--Daniel Staebler, Resident Scholar
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|Analysis of Noce Blanche |
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Time/era of movie:
Kind of romance:
- inconveniently married while playing footsy
- spurned lover goes for revenge
- much older/younger
- brunette (Brown)
- (man) short/standard straight
- (man) average
Events of movie makes character more...
How sensitive is this character?
- middling sensitive to others' feelings
- Smarter than most other characters
- average physique
Secondary Main Character
- brunette (Brown)
- (woman) long straight
- (woman) average
- buttocks and chest
How much in movie?
Accounts of torture and death?
- generic/vague references to death/punishment
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Sex/nudity in movie?
What kind of sex:
- touching of personal anatomy
- seeing breasts
- seeing nude female butt
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