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L'Atalante


  1. Directed by: Jean Vigo
  2. Produced by: Jacques-Louis Nounez
  3. Written by: Jean Vigo
    Jean Guinée
    Albert Riéra
  4. Music by: Maurice Jaubert
  5. Cinematography by: Boris Kaufman
  6. Editing by: Louis Chavance
  7. Release Date: 1934
  8. Running Time: 89
  9. Language: French, Russian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

The canal barge L'Atalante is both livelihood and romantic getaway for its captain and his new small-town bride as they set out with cargo for Paris, but the romance of travel is lost as the tight quarters of the ship intensify marital strife and the makeshift honeymoon begins to give way to a monotonous and mundane life on the river. L'Atalante is the only feature film in Jean Vigo's tragically short filmography, a demonstration of Vigo's strong visual sensibility as well as his warm and humorous storytelling. – James Blake Ewing


  1. Directed by: Jean Vigo
  2. Produced by: Jacques-Louis Nounez
  3. Written by: Jean Vigo
    Jean Guinée
    Albert Riéra
  4. Music by: Maurice Jaubert
  5. Cinematography by: Boris Kaufman
  6. Editing by: Louis Chavance
  7. Release Date: 1934
  8. Running Time: 89
  9. Language: French, Russian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

The canal barge L'Atalante is both livelihood and romantic getaway for its captain and his new small-town bride as they set out with cargo for Paris, but the romance of travel is lost as the tight quarters of the ship intensify marital strife and the makeshift honeymoon begins to give way to a monotonous and mundane life on the river. L'Atalante is the only feature film in Jean Vigo's tragically short filmography, a demonstration of Vigo's strong visual sensibility as well as his warm and humorous storytelling. – James Blake Ewing

The canal barge L'Atalante is both livelihood and romantic getaway for its captain and his new small-town bride as they set out with cargo for Paris, but the romance of travel is lost as the tight quarters of the ship intensify marital strife and the makeshift honeymoon begins to give way to a monotonous and mundane life on the river. L'Atalante is the only feature film in Jean Vigo's tragically short filmography, a demonstration of Vigo's strong visual sensibility as well as his warm and humorous storytelling. – James Blake Ewing


  1. Directed by: Jean Vigo
  2. Produced by: Jacques-Louis Nounez
  3. Written by: Jean Vigo
    Jean Guinée
    Albert Riéra
  4. Music by: Maurice Jaubert
  5. Cinematography by: Boris Kaufman
  6. Editing by: Louis Chavance
  7. Release Date: 1934
  8. Running Time: 89
  9. Language: French, Russian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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