The Girl from the Chartreuse

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The Girl from the Chartreuse (original title: La Petite Chartreuse) is a French novel written by Pierre Péju and released for the first time in France in 2002. It has been translated in several other languages including English and it has been adapted in an eponymous film by Jean-Pierre Denis

The film[edit]

The adapted film was shot in 2004, in the French Alps around Grenoble, and released in France and Belgium in 2005. It stars Olivier Gourmet, Marie-Josée Croze, Yves Jacques and young newcomer Bertille Noël-Bruneau. The scenario was co-written by director Jean-Pierre Denis with Yvon Rouvé. The original soundtrack was composed by Michel Portal.

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