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by Philippe Garrel


A 30-year-old man lives with a woman in a small, furnished, rented apartment. It’s a love story. The man has a daughter by a woman he walked out on. He sees the child of course, but the woman lives alone with her and has to work to feed her because the man gives her nothing. The man is very poor and he is an actor. A theater actor. And now he is madly in love with this other woman, who is also an actress. But she is out of work. She was once a rising star, but offers of parts dried up. He does everything he can to get her a role, using all his contacts in the business. To no avail. And then the woman cheats on him in turn. She comes to see him in the small apartment. And then she says she can’t bear it there and leaves. He shoots himself in the chest but the revolver slips and, instead of lodging fatally in his heart, the bullet perforates his left lung. In the hospital, his sister comes to see him and stays at his bedside. She’s all he has left. His sister and the theater.

original title: La Jalousie
country: France
sales agent: Wild Bunch International
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Philippe Garrel
release date: FR 04/12/2013, BE 22/01/2014, IT 26/06/2014, UK 18/07/2014
screenplay: Marc Cholodenko, Caroline Deruas-Garrel, Philippe Garrel, Arlette Langmann
cast: Louis Garrel, Anna Mouglalis, Esther Garrel, Arthur Igual, Manon Kneusé
cinematography by: Willy Kurant
film editing: Yann Dedet
music: John Cale
producer: Saïd Ben Saïd
production: SBS Films Productions
distributor: Capricci Films, Numéro Zéro, Movies Inspired, StudioCanal
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