See You Up There

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 3Wed, Jul 18 7:30 PM Buy Tickets
 
Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$7.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$7.00
Film Info
Original Title:Au revoir là-haut
Program:Lumières Françaises
Tags:Historical Drama
Drama
Satire
War
Comedy
Dark Comedy
Francophone
Release Year:2017
Runtime:117 min
Country/Region:France
Language:French
Print Source:Gaumont
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMTyn_fKjCM
Cast/Crew
Director:Albert Dupontel
Producer:Catherine Bozorgan
Cinematographer:Vincent Mathias
Screenwriter:Pierre Lemaitre
Albert Dupontel
Editor:Christophe Pinel
Composer:Christophe Julien
Principal Cast:Nahuel Perez Biscayart
Albert Dupontel
Laurent Lafitte
Héloïse Balster
Niels Arestrup
Emilie Dequenne
Mélanie Thierry
Filmography:Kyan Khojandi

Description

Original Title: Au revoir là-haut

Winner of 5 César Awards (the French Academy Awards) including Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, and Best Costume Design.

Adapted from Pierre Lemaitre's Goncourt-winning novel Au revoir là-haut by writer/director/lead actor Albert Dupontel, See You Up There is a raucous death-defying post-WWI era caper. In November 1918, before the Armistice, Edouard Pericourt (award-winning actor Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, BPM), a gifted artist, saves the life of Albert Maillard (writer/director Albert Dupontel), a humble bookkeeper. The two men have nothing in common apart from their experience of war and their hatred for Lieutenant Pradelle (Laurent Lafitte, Elle), whose order for one final absurd attack shatters their lives. The three of them put in place their strategies for survival. While Pradelle goes on to make his fortune on the backs of the dead, Albert and Edouard, condemned to live, come up with their own monumental scam.


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