Monsieur Vincent

Monsieur Vincent is a 1947 French film about Vincent de Paul, the 17th-century priest and charity worker. It depicts his struggle to help the poor in the face of obstacles such as the Black Death.

Monsieur Vincent
Monsieur Vincent VHS.jpg
Cover of the Timeless Multimedia VHS edition
Directed byMaurice Cloche
Produced byViscount George de la Grandiere
Written byJean Anouilh
Jean Bernard-Luc
StarringPierre Fresnay
Aimé Clariond
Music byJean-Jacques Grünenwald
CinematographyClaude Renoir
Edited byJean Feyte
Distributed byL'Alliance Générale de Distribution Cinématographique (1947 French release)
Lopert Pictures (1948 US release)
Release date
France:
5 November 1947
United States:
December 20, 1948
Running time
111 min.
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

In 1949, it won an honorary Academy Award as the best foreign language film released in the United States in 1948. The Vatican placed it amongst their list of approved films under the category of Religion due to its thematic nature in 1995. Pierre Fresnay portrayed Vincent.

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Guy Lefranc was assistant director on the movie.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Crisp, Colin (2015). "Grand Prix du Cinéma Français". French Cinema—A Critical Filmography: Volume 2, 1940–1958. Indiana University Press. p. 314. ISBN 9780253017024.. For more information see French Wikipedia page fr:Grand prix du cinéma français
  2. ^ Hollywood Foreign Press Association. "Promoting International Understanding". www.goldenglobes.com. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved 13 October 2019.. For more information see French Wikipedia page fr:Golden Globe de la meilleure promotion pour l'entente internationale
  3. ^ Hollywood Foreign Press Association. "Monsieur Vincent". www.goldenglobes.com. Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Retrieved 13 October 2019.

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