Mademoiselle de Joncquières
|Mademoiselle de Joncquières|
|Directed by||Emmanuel Mouret|
|Produced by||Frédéric Niedermayer|
|Written by||Emmanuel Mouret|
|Starring||Cécile de France|
|Edited by||Martial Salomon|
Moby Dick Films
|Distributed by||Pyramide Distribution|
|Box office||$4.1 million|
Mademoiselle de Joncquières is a French drama film, directed by Emmanuel Mouret and released in 2018. A historical costume drama inspired by a story in Denis Diderot's work Jacques the Fatalist, the film stars Cécile de France as Madame de la Pommeraye, a woman who is spurned by her lover, the Marquis des Arcis (Édouard Baer), and enacts a complex revenge plot with the help of the titular Mademoiselle de Joncquières (Alice Isaaz).
Netflix obtained rights to stream the film in the U.S., under the title "Lady J".
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