The Grand Highway
|The Grand Highway|
|Directed by||Jean-Loup Hubert|
|Produced by||Pascal Hommais|
Jean Francois Lepetit
|Music by||Georges Granier|
|Edited by||Raymonde Guyot|
|Distributed by||Miramax Films|
Louis, a timid nine-year-old boy from Paris, spends his summer vacation in a small town in Brittany. His mother Claire has lodged him with her girlfriend Marcelle and her husband Pelo while she is having her second baby. There Louis makes friends with Martine, the ten-year-old girl next door, and learns about life from her. His subsequent adventures run the gamut from delightful to terrifying, with a little "coming of age" (via a few glimpses of nudity) thrown in.
- Richard Bohringer – Pelo
- Anémone – Marcelle
- Antoine Hubert – Louis
- Christine Pascal – Claire
- Pascale Roberts – Yvonne
- Vanessa Guedj – Martine
Le grand chemin was directed by Jean-Loup Hubert, and produced by Pascal Hommais and Jean Francois Lepetit. The film was released in the U.S. as The Grand Highway, in French with English subtitles. Claude Lecomte served as director of photography, with camera operator Jean Paul Meurisse and film editor Raymonde Guyot. The musical score was composed by Georges Granier; the original soundtrack music was reissued in 2013 by Canadian label Disques Cinemusique.
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- "Le spécialiste de la musique de film au Canada". Disques Cinémusique. 2016.
- "Palmarès 1988 – 13 ème cérémonie des César". Académie des César. 2016. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
- "1988 Award Winners". National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. 2016. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
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