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Mademoiselle Chambon (LITTÉRATURE FRANÇAISE) (French) Mass Market Paperback – Decem by Éric Holder (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback "Please retry"/5(12). Mademoiselle Chambon (Littérature française) (French Edition) (French) Paperback – Septem by Éric Holder (Author) out of 5 stars 12 ratings/5(12). Get this from a library! Mademoiselle Chambon: roman. [Éric Holder] -- Antonio, maçon d'origine portugaise, et Anne-Marie, qui travaille dans un atelier de maroquinerie, ont un petit garçon, Kevin. Ils vivent à Montmirail, tranquillement. Un jour, Antonio va chercher. Il est l'auteur, notamment, de Mademoiselle Chambon, L'Homme de chevet et Bienvenue parmi nous, romans publiés chez J'ai lu et adaptés au cinéma. Product details Series: Littérature française () (Book )/5(12).
Mademoiselle Chambon is a French film directed by Stéphane Brizé, with a screenplay adapted from the novel by Éric won a César Award for Best Adaptation. Directed by Stéphane Brizé. With Vincent Lindon, Sandrine Kiberlain, Aure Atika, Jean-Marc Thibault. Jean, his loving wife and son live a simple, happy life. At his son's homeroom teacher Madamoiselle Chambon's request, he volunteers as substitute teacher and starts to fall for her delicate and elegant charm. His ordinary life between family and work starts to falter. I recently saw Mademoiselle Chambon on Netflix, and while I didn't care for the film too much, the soundtrack of the film is magnificent. It is composed of classic violin pieces, played in the film by the female protagonist, school teacher and accomplished violinist, Veronique Chambon. Vincent Lindon also stars in this film; I'd rather you see his movie "Welcome" rather than this one. Mademoiselle Chambon avg rating — 55 ratings — published — 10 editions Want to Read saving /5(15).
The same is true of Stephane Brize, whose romantic drama Mademoiselle Chambon patiently observes a builder named Jean (Vincent Lindon) as he goes about his business, drilling into concrete. But Mademoiselle Chambon is a little different from my previous films, where an obvious sadness [was always present in the] characters. Jean, in the beginning, is not unhappy at all. Jean, like all of us, is the result of an education — an environment — with its own rules and principles. Mademoiselle Chambon () Soundtracks. Soundtrack Credits. Quel joli temps (septembre) Lyrics by Sophie Makhno (as Françoise Lo) Music by Barbara Performed by Barbara. Salut d'amour Written by Edward Elgar arranged by Wolfgang Birtl. See also. Mademoiselle Chambon subtitles. AKA: Despoinis Chambon. Véronique Chambon (Sandrine Kiberlain), a single schoolteacher and Jean (Vincent Lindon), discover an unexpected bond that causes them to question the direction of their lives. They move in different social circles but their relationship develops and their lives begin gradually to unravel.