The Last Mistress2007
Starring Asia Argento, Fu'ad Aït Aattou, Roxane Mesquida, Claude Sarraute, Yolande Moreau and Michael Lonsdale, "The Last Mistress" (also known as "Une vielle maitresse") is a Drama film directed by Catherine Breillat, and written by Catherine Breillat (adaptation) and Jules-Amédée Barbey d'Aurevilly (novel), released on October 07 of 2007 in the USA.
Who is the director of "The Last Mistress":
The Last Mistress was directed by Catherine Breillat, a French writer, director, and actress.
Before directing The Last Mistress, Catherine Breillat had directed Brève traversée, released in 2001, 36 fillette (1988), Une vraie jeune fille (1976). Since, she directed The Sleeping Beauty, released in 2010.
When was "The Last Mistress" released:
The Last Mistress was initially released on Sunday, October 07, 2007 (New York Film Festival), in the United States. Other films released on Sunday, October 07, 2007 are House of Fears (dir. Ryan Little) and The Flight of the Red Balloon. This was twelve (12) years ago.
It has been released on Tuesday, October 23, 2007 in the United Kingdom; Friday, August 10, 2007 in Canada; Friday, May 25, 2007 in France; Thursday, September 13, 2007 in Germany; Thursday, November 15, 2007 in Australia and on Friday, October 17, 2008 in Japan.
Who is at the casting of "The Last Mistress":
At the casting of The Last Mistress we find Asia Argento, previously seen in Marie Antoinette (2006) and Live Freaky Die Freaky (2006); Fu'ad Aït Aattou, Roxane Mesquida () [ more... ]
- Nicholas Hawtrey and Sarah Pratt have both also be seen in Brève traversée, released in 2001.
What is the Storyline of "The Last Mistress":
At 30, boyish penniless aristocrat Ryno de Marigny has separated from Villini, a passionate Spaniard and his mistress of 10 years. He's now in love with Hermangarde, a young, wealthy, and titled virgin. Days before the wedding, the bride's grandmother sits Ryno down and insists on knowing if his affair is over. He relates a story of passion, which we see in flashbacks, swearing he loves only Hermangarde. After the wedding, the couple moves to a castle by the sea. And Villini? Can passion survive disgust and self-loathing?
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