Lamiel (1967)

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The story follow young orphan Lamiel as she rises from poverty into high society under the guidance of a doctor, who lives vicariously through her.


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  • Anna Karina in Lamiel (1967)
  • Robert Hossein and Anna Karina in Lamiel (1967)
  • Jean-Claude Brialy and Anna Karina in Lamiel (1967)
  • Lamiel (1967)
  • Michel Bouquet, Jean-Claude Brialy, and Anna Karina in Lamiel (1967)
  • Michel Bouquet, Denise Gence, and Anna Karina in Lamiel (1967)

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18 March 2019 | dbdumonteil
Lamiel chérie
Like Jean Aurel 's precedent effort ,"De L'Amour" , "Lamiel " is based on a Stendahl (unfinished ) novel ;screenplay by Cecil Saint-Laurent ,whose touch makes itself felt in the anti -French Revolution lines:the famous sentence of the Declaration of Rights," Men are born and remain free and equal in rights "is ridiculed by one of the characters.

Cecil Saint-Laurent 's most famous heroine ,Caroline Chérie, had to live through the dark hours of the French Revolution ,and her misadventures were worthy of "the perils of Pauline";in the movie made by Richard Pottier,screenwriter Jean Anouilh was an asset ,sending away the opponents (aristocrats and sans-culottes)without pronouncing in favor of either.

Like Caroline , Lamiel is free and easy ;unlike her ,who was a noble ,she's a peasant girl , a go-getter ,who found her Pygmalion in the shape of Dr Sansfin (=endless) ,mischievously played by subtle Michel Bouquet ;he helps her climb the social ladder; a charlatan ,who makes a duchess (Denise Gence) think she suffers from an imaginary eyes disease and has her hire Lamiel as a reader ; from the dowager's son (Pierre Clémenti) to a count (Jean-Claude Brialy) she marries ,she eventually finds love with a thief (Robert Hossein)....

Like Julien Sorel ,she is not in a world where she belongs and Saint-Laurent will see to it...

Even though Anna Karina (27 at the time) was a little too old to play an ingenue ,she shows plenty of go in a part which does not demand too much anyway.The cast and the nice cinematography make up for the relative paucity of the story .

Like this?try these .....

"Kitty " Mitchell Leisen ,1945

"Caroline Chérie" Richard Pottier ,1950

"The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders " Terence Young ,1965

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Genres

Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

30 August 1967

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Italy

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