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Farewell, My Queen

[ Les Adieux à la Reine ]

Director:Benoit Jacquot

Drama Romance

10/22 17:05-

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100min French Color | 2011 France/Spain | Distributor in Japan : GAGA CORPORATION

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The French Revolution breaks out. Sidonie, a girl who serves as Queen Marie Antoinette's reader, is fascinated by Marie Antoinette but receives an order to be a scapegoat. Three fateful days of the girl and Versailles…

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10/22 17:05 - 19:00 (100min.)

Greeting from the stage

Guest (tentative): Benoit Jacquot(Director/Screenplay), Lea Seydoux(Actress)

Please note that the stage appearances of guests and scheduled closing time of the show may change according to circumstances.

Tickets ¥1800|Tickets at the Door ¥1800(Tax included)

Special student admission tickets at the door: ¥500(Tax included)


Same-Day Tickets (Tickets are only available at theaters'ticket counter)

* Remaining tickets will be first-come-first sold basis.

TOHO CINEMAS Roppongi Hills : Day of the screening 9:30
Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall : 1 hour before the first screening of the day
Cinemart Roppongi : Day of the screening 10:00

* Starting time for ticket sales is different for each theater.

* Same-day tickets for any film are purchasable at any venue.

* Same-day tickets may be sold out immediately after start of sales.

* Please be forewarned that the number of Tickets at the Door is limited. Tickets at the Door can be only purchased two tickets per person. You are kindly requested not to form a queue before the theater in the late-evening.

* Please note that the screening schedule, Q&A and Greeting from the Stage are subject to change. The stage appearances of guests and scheduled closing time of the show may change according to circumstances.

* Tickets can be purchased at tickeboard-site on First-come basis.

* Tickets are not refundable, not exchangeable and not replaceable in event of loss.

Benoit Jacquot

Born in Paris in 1947, he began his career as an assistant director of Marguerite Duras' Nathalie Granger. His directorial debut was The Musician Killer (1976).The School of Flesh, adapted from novel by Yukio Mishima, was selected in competition at Cannes Film Festival. His best works include Tosca and Adolphe. In both name and reality, he is a heavy hitter in the French movie scene.

Director/Screenplay : Benoit Jacquot
Screenplay : Gilles Taurand
Music : Bruno Coulais
Cinematographer : Romain Winding
Editor : Luc Barnier
Original Story : Chantal Thomas
Executive Producer : Jean-Pierre Guérin
Executive Producer : Kristina Larsen
Executive Producer : Pedro Uriol

Léa Seydoux
Diane Kruger
Virginie Ledoyen
Xavier Beauvois
Noémie Lvovsky

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