LE JOUR SE LÈVE - NEW RESTORATION

Directed by Marcel Carné | Written by Jacques Viot & Jacques Prévert
US release date: November 14, 2014
Directed by Marcel Carné
Written by Jacques Viot & Jacques Prévert
With Arletty, Jean Gabin, Jules Berry

93 min | Crime, Romance | France | 1939
A factory worker (Jean Gabin) reflects on the circumstances of love, rivalry, and betrayal that have led to his dire standoff in a police dragnet. This new restoration will be the first time audiences can see the complete version, including censored footage removed by the Vichy government during the World War 2 occupation of France.
 
“I saw it seventeen times in one month…and four times in one day, each time leaving the cinema dazzled and engulfed by an inexplicable sense of pain and please.” 
– Claude Sautet
 
First Release (France): June 17, 1939
In French with English subtitles

Opens November 14

-Opens in LA November 14 at Laemmle Theaters
-Opens in NY November 14 at Film Forum
Jan 9 – 15:  Gene Siskel Film Center Chicago IL
Jan 25 – 27: Cinestudio Hartford CT
Feb 3: Cleveland Cinematheque Cleveland OH
February 28 & March 2: Cable Car Cinema Providence RI
April 17-19: Detroit Film Center Detroit MI

U.S. Distribution: Rialto Pictures

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