Nanou (film)

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Nanou is a Franco-British feature film directed by Conny Templeman, released in 1986.


In the 1970s, a blonde English student, Nanou, spends just a few months on the continent. She tours Switzerland, but prefers France. In Lorraine, she meets Luke, a handsome worker in the militant extreme left-wing, and trains with him in his activities outside the law. She gradually moves into the French village and lives out her activist life on the sidelines until England remembers her ...


  • Title: Nanou
  • Director: Conny Templeman
  • Scenario: Conny Templeman and Antoine Lacomblez
  • Music: John E. Keane
  • Image: Martin Fuhrer
  • Sound: Pierre Donnadieu
  • Sets: Andrew Mollo
  • Costumes: Agnès Nègre
  • Editing: Tom Priestley
  • Production: Simon Perry, Patrick Sandrin
  • Production company: Umbrella Films, Arion Production
  • Country of Origin: France
  • Format: Colour – Mono – 35 mm
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Duration: 110 minutes
  • Release date: 1986 Toronto International Film Festival; June 17, 1987,  United Kingdom



"An almost forgotten treasure from a filmmaker who disappeared from public life, almost without a trace, so is Malick. It is also the best performance of Imogen Stubbs."[1] - Rüdiger Tomczak


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