Faces of Love
(Redirected from Repérages)
Faces of Love (French: Repérages) is a 1977 Swiss French drama directed by Michel Soutter. The film, about three actresses in a film of Chekhov's Three Sisters and their relationship with a film director, has autobiographical references.
|Faces of Love|
|Directed by||Michel Soutter|
|Produced by||Yves Gasser|
|Screenplay by||Michel Soutter|
|Music by||Arié Dzierlatka|
|Edited by||Albert Jurgenson|
New Yorker Films
|1978||César Award||Best Actress||Delphine Seyrig||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Valérie Mairesse||Nominated|
- New York Magazine - 10 Jul 1978 - Page 12 Faces of Love-Michel Soutter's new Swiss film about three actresses and their relationship with a film director while shooting on location a film of Chekhov's Three Sisters. It stars Jean-Louis Trintignant, Delphine Seyrig, Lea Massari,
- David B. Clarke, Valerie Crawford Pfannhauser, Marcus A. Doel - Moving Pictures/Stopping Places: Hotels and Motels on Film 2009 073913227X -- Page 165 His next film, Repérages (1977), comes via a far more circuitous route towards the autobiographical, taking Jean-Louis Trintignant .. and loading the film with references to Russia, whence Soutter's family had come to Switzerland after the Revolution.