Outing in the country
See also: an outing in the country
Outing in the country is a film of Jean Renoir, turned during the summer 1936.
1860, Mr. Dufour, trading Paris IEN, comes in family to spend one day to the countryside in edge of the Seine. It stops with an inn spade-to screw at the edge of water. Rodolphe and Henri, two rowers, decide to allure Mrs Dufour and her daughter…
Turning met many vicissitudes: difficulty of the financial montage, problem of disagreements within the team, very unfavourable meteorology, involving the interruption of turning, ever taken again. The 40 minute old assembly which results from it works out nevertheless a succeeded work, in which Jean Renoir finds to open out his topics of predilection (social satire, relations with nature, in particular here with water), in an environment which seems borrowed from the painting of his/her father Auguste Renoir.
original Title: Outing in the country
- Realization: Jean Renoir
- Assistants of realization: Jacques Brunius, Jacques Becker, Yves Al, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Claude Heymann, Luchino Visconti
- Scenario: Jean Renoir, according to an outing in the country , news of Guy of Maupassant
- Dialogs: Jacques Prévert, (not credited with the credits)
- Producing: Pierre Braunberger
- Photography: Claude Renoir
- Decorations: Robert Gys
- Assembly: Marguerite Swells, Mannette Cadiz, (then 1946: Marcel Cravenne)
- Music: Joseph Kosma
- Voice: German Montero
- Sound: Directing Joseph of Brittany
- of production: Roger Woog
- Administrator: Jacques Brunius
- Turned of the July 15th to the August 25th 1936, close to Marlotte and Montigny-on-Loing, on the banks of the the Essonne and with the bridge of Sorques on the Loing.
- Format: Black and white - 1,37:1 - 35 mm
- Lasted: 40 minutes
- First: May 8th 1946 with the César cinema with Paris - October 1947 with London - December 12th, 1959 in Paris Theater of New York
Georges Darnoux ( under the pseud. of Georges St Saens): Henri
- Jacques Brunius ( under the pseud. of Jacques Borel): Rodolphe
- Sylvia Battles: Henriette Dufour
- Jane Marken: Mrs. Juliette Dufour
- Andre Gabriello: Mr. Dufour
- Paul Time: Anatole
- Jean Renoir: the father Foal
- Pierre Lestringuez: the old priest
- Jacques Becker: a student seminarist
- Georges Bataille: a student seminarist
- Alain Renoir: the boy who fishes
- Gabrielle Fontan: the grandmother
- Marguerite Renoir: the maidservant
- not to confuse with One Sunday in the countryside of Bertrand Tavernier in 1984, nor with the Lunch on the grass of same Renoir in 1959.
- According to Claude Beylie in his Anthology of the cinema , “ turning was stopped with the autumn 1935 . ” The film nevertheless is commonly gone back to 1936.
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