The Best Way to Walk
|The Best Way to Walk|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Claude Miller|
|Written by||Luc Béraud
|Music by||Alain Jomy|
|Edited by||Jean-Bernard Bonis|
|Distributed by||Specialty Films (USA)|
The Best Way to Walk (French: La meilleure façon de marcher) is a 1976 French film directed by Claude Miller, his directorial debut. It stars Patrick Dewaere, Patrick Bouchitey, Christine Pascal, Claude Piéplu and Michel Blanc.
Marc and Philippe are two teenage summer-camp counselors at a vacation camp somewhere in the French country in 1960. Marc is very virile, while Philippe is more reserved. One night, Marc surprises Philippe dressed and made-up like a woman. From now on, he will keep on humiliating Philippe. Despite their late-adolescent rivalries and sexual confusion, each of them achieves some sort of awakening.
The film won the César Award for Best Cinematography, and was nominated for Best Film, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Writing and Best Sound.
- Patrick Dewaere as Marc
- Patrick Bouchitey as Philippe
- Christine Pascal as Chantal
- Claude Piéplu as Camp director
- Marc Chapiteau as Gérard
- Michel Blanc as Raoul Deloux
- Michel Such as Léni
- Franck d'Ascanio as Hervé
- Nathan Miller as kid with glasses
- "The Best Way to Walk". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-10.
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