Uranus (film)

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Uranus
Uranus-poster.jpg
Directed by Claude Berri
Arlette Langmann
Written by Claude Berri
Arlette Langmann
based on a novel by Marcel Aymé
Starring Gérard Depardieu
Michel Blanc
Music by Jean-Claude Petit
Cinematography Renato Berta
Edited by Hervé de Luze
Distributed by Prestige Films (US)
Release date(s) 1990
Country France
Language French
Box office 21 610 502 €

Uranus is a 1990 French comedy-drama film with Gérard Depardieu about post-World War II recovery in a small French village, as the controlling French Communist Party tries to dispose of Pétain loyalists.

It was directed and written by Claude Berri and Arlette Langmann, based on a novel by Marcel Aymé. The film was entered into the 41st Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

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  1. ^ "Berlinale: 1991 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-03-21. 

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