And Now Ladies & Gentlemen

  • 2002
  • 2 HR 06 MIN
  • NR

Nearly 40 years after A MAN AND A WOMAN brought them international acclaim, director Claude Lelouch and his long-time collaborator, writer Pierre Uytterhoeven, continue to make the kind of film they make best: sleekly contrived romantic dramas in which dialogue often takes a back seat to lush musical interludes. Expert English thief Valentin Valentin ( more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (1 Credit)
Producer (1 Credit)
Exec. Producer (2 Credits)
Jean- Paul De Vidas
Tania Zazulinsky
Co-Producer (2 Credits)
Paul Hitchcock
Assoc. Producer (1 Credit)
Martine Kampf-Dussart
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Pierre-William Glenn
Editor (2 Credits)
Helene De Luze
Vanessa Baste
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Art Director (1 Credit)
Johann George
Costumes (1 Credit)
Pierre Bechir
Casting (1 Credit)
Arlette Gordon
Sound (2 Credits)
Francois-Joseph Hors
Jean-Charles Martel
Make Up (2 Credits)
Linda DeVetta
Marianne Jansson
Stunts (1 Credit)
Gilles Conseil

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