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Adèle's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself, finds herself.

Director: Abdellatif Kechiche
Writers: Abdellatif Kechiche, Ghalia Lacroix.

Release Date: 2013-10-09
Status: Released
Run time: 179 min / 2:59
Budget: $4,300,000
Revenue: $10,165,694
Production Companies : Eurimages, Wild Bunch, Vertigo Films, Ciné+, SCOPE Pictures, Région Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Quat'sous Films, Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Pictanovo Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Centre National de la Cinématographie, Canal+, France 2 Cinéma, France 2 (FR2), Radio Télévision Belge Francophone, France Télévision
Production Countries: France, Belgium
Release Date: 2013-10-09
Status: Released
Run time: 179 min / 2:59
Budget: $4,300,000
Revenue: $10,165,694

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Casts

Adèle Exarchopoulos
as Adèle
Léa Seydoux
as Emma
Salim Kechiouche
as Samir
Aurélien Recoing
as Père Adèle
Catherine Salée
as Mère Adèle
Benjamin Siksou
as Antoine
Mona Walravens
as Lise
Jérémie Laheurte
as Thomas
Alma Jodorowsky
as Béatrice
Sandor Funtek
as Valentin
Anne Loiret
as Mère Emma
Maelys Cabezon
as Laetitia
Fanny Maurin
as Amélie
Benoît Pilot
as Beau Père Emma
Samir Bella
as Samir
Tom Hurier
as Pierre
Manon Piette
as Manon
Quentin Médrinal
as Eli
Peter Assogbavi
as Peter
Wisdom Ayanou
as Wisdom
Philippe Potier
as Prof de Français 'Marivaux'
Virginie Morgny
as Prof de Français 'Antigone'
Stéphane Mercoyrol
as Joachim
Lucie Bibal
as Lucie
Baya Rehaz
as Meryem
Marilyne Chanaud
as Marilyne
Camille Rutherford
as Camille
Michael Skal
as Mika
Sandrine Paraire
as Piou-Piou
Justine Nissart
as Justine
Flavie De Murat
as Flavie
Vincent Gaeta
as Vince
Elizabeth Craig
as Elizabeth
Karim Saidi
as Kader
Aurelie Lemanceau
as Sabine
Audrey Deswarte
as Audrey
Mejdi Ben Nasr
as
Hichem Ben Nasr
as
Janine Pillot
as
Antoinette Sarrazin
as
Alain Duclos
as
Eric Paul
as
Catherine Gilleron
as
Leila D'Issernio
as
Jean Luc D'Isserno
as
Selim Boukerfat
as
Oscar Pinelli
as
Léa Berkat
as
Nicolas Bourgasser
as
Camille Ayoras
as
Frédéric Wolsztyniak
as
Halima Slimani
as
Viktor Poisson
as
Utrillo
as
Radhouane El Meddeb
as
Julien Bucci
as
Alika Del Sol
as
Maud Wyler
as
Marc Schaegis
as
Olivier Verseau
as
Manou Poret
as
Klaim Nivaux
as
Chloé Malih
as
Ilyès Qada
as
Bouraouïa Marzouk
as
Saskia De Coster
as
Judith Hoersch
as Lucie (voice)
Saskia De Coster
as Woman at Pride Parade

Crew

Directing Abdellatif Kechiche Director
Writing Abdellatif Kechiche Screenplay
Writing Ghalia Lacroix Screenplay
Production Brahim Chioua Producer
Production Abdellatif Kechiche Producer
Production Vincent Maraval Producer
Camera Sofian El Fani Director of Photography
Editing Ghalia Lacroix Editor
Editing Albertine Lastera Editor
Editing Jean-Marie Lengelle Editor
Editing Camille Toubkis Editor
Production Bahijja El Amrani Casting
Production Sophie Blanvillain Casting
Production Laurence Clerc Co-Producer
Production François Guerrar Associate Producer
Production Olivier Théry-Lapiney Line Producer
Crew Sofian El Fani Cinematography
Crew Sophie Brunet Editorial Staff
Editing Sophie Brunet Editor
Art Julia Lemaire Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Paloma Garcia Martens Costume Design
Production Benoît Pilot Production Manager
Directing Frédéric Alexandre Assistant Director
Directing Bahijja El Amrani Second Assistant Director
Directing Antoine Fromental Assistant Director
Directing Monya Galbi First Assistant Director
Directing Auriane Lacince First Assistant Director
Directing Nicolas Turek Assistant Director
Art Coline Débée Assistant Set Dresser
Sound Romain Cadilhac Boom Operator
Sound Milène Chave Boom Operator
Sound Jérôme Chenevoy Sound Mixer
Sound Mélanie Blouin Sound Editor
Editing François Fripiat Dialogue Editor
Sound Renaud Guillaumin Sound Editor
Sound Denis Martin Sound
Sound Fabien Pochet Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Xavier Remy Boom Operator
Sound Caroline Reynaud Sound Editor
Sound Clément Trahard Boom Operator
Editing Joey Van Impe Dialogue Editor
Sound Roland Voglaire Supervising Dialogue Editor
Sound Jean-Louis Viroux Foley Editor
Camera Sébastien Goepfert Camera Operator
Camera Serge Hannecart Camera Operator
Camera Nicolaos Zafiriou Additional Camera
Production Judith Chalier Casting
Costume & Make-Up Dorothée Lissac Costume Supervisor
Editing Marcela Figueroa Assistant Editor
Editing Kévin Laperrière Assistant Editor
Editing Sarah Zaanoun Assistant Editor
Crew Alissa Doubrovitskaïa Post Production Assistant
Crew Adélaïde Basson Post Production Assistant
Production Kader Bouallaga Location Manager
Sound Elise Luguern Music Supervisor
Production François Guerrar Publicist
Crew Gaëtan Hugnet Post Production Assistant
Production Martin Neufkens Production Accountant
Production Phil Symes Publicist
Crew Etienne Grandou Thanks

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