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The Sentinel (1992 film)

The Sentinel
File:La sentinelle.jpg
Directed by Arnaud Desplechin
Produced by Nicole Arbib
Pascal Caucheteux
Grégoire Sorlat
Written by Arnaud Desplechin
Pascale Ferran
Noémie Lvovsky
Emmanuel Salinger
Starring Emmanuel Salinger
Cinematography Olivier Chambon
Editing by François Gédigier
Release date(s) 20 May 1992
Running time 139 minutes
Country France
Language French

The Sentinel (French: La sentinelle) is a 1992 French thriller film directed by Arnaud Desplechin. It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Emmanuel Salinger - Mathias Barillet
  • Thibault de Montalembert - Jean-Jacques
  • Jean-Louis Richard - Bleicher
  • Valérie Dréville - Nathalie
  • Marianne Denicourt - Marie Barillet
  • Jean-Luc Boutté - Varins
  • Bruno Todeschini - William
  • Philippe Duclos - Macaigne
  • Fabrice Desplechin - Simon
  • Emmanuelle Devos - Claude
  • Philippe Laudenbach - The Priest
  • László Szabó - Pamiat, the Russian (as Laszlo Szabo)
  • Alexis Nitzer - Consul
  • Nadine Alari - Mme. Barillet
  • Jean-Pierre Ducos - Customs Officer
  • Hubert Gillet - Cop on Train

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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