Two Weeks in September

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Two Weeks in September
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Directed bySerge Bourguignon
Produced byFrancis Cosne
Kenneth Harper
Written byVahé Katcha
Pascal Jardin
Serge Bourguignon
Sean Graham (English adpt)
StarringBrigitte Bardot
Laurent Terzieff
Music byMichel Magne
CinematographyEdmond Séchan
Edited byJean Ravel
Distributed byParamount
Release date
Running time
95 min.
United Kingdom
Budget7 million francs[1]
Box office691,609 admissions (France)[1]

Two Weeks in September (French title: À coeur joie) is a 1967 French film starring Brigitte Bardot directed by Serge Bourguignon.


Model Cecile spends two weeks away from her older lover Philippe and is tempted by a younger man.

Scenes for the film were shot on location on the beach at Gullane in East Lothian in September 1966. The principal cast stayed at the Open Arms in Dirleton.[1]



The soundtrack features two songs, in English, with music by Michel Magne and vocals sung by David Gilmour, working as a session musician, before he joined Pink Floyd.[2]


"Two hours wasted" said the Los Angeles Times.[3]

Box office[edit]

The film was a box office disappointment.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Box office information on film at Box Office Story
  2. ^ "David Gilmour: Wider Horizons".  . 14 November 2015. BBC. Retrieved 14 November 2015.
  3. ^ 'September' for Brigitte Bardot, Thomas, Kevin. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 10 Nov 1967: d24.

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