Saint-Ex

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For the live stage musical production, see Antoine de Saint-Exupéry -Popular culture: Theatre.

Saint-Ex is a 1997 British film biography of French author-adventurer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, filmed and distributed in the United Kingdom, and featuring Bruno Ganz, Eleanor Bron, and Miranda Richardson. The script was by Frank Cottrell Boyce, while the writer's sons, Aidan and Joseph, portrayed the Saint-Exupery brothers, Francois and Antoine, as children. The film was director Anand Tucker's feature film debut,[1] and combines elements of biography, documentary, and dramatic re-creation. It was not released theatrically.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Allon, Yoram; Del Cullen; Hannah Patterson (2001). Contemporary British and Irish Film Directors: A Wallflower Critical Guide. Wallflower Critical Guides. London: Wallflower. p. 334. ISBN 1903364221. 

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