The village of Saint-Luc, in Valais. Pierre Amsler, trustee and owner of the local sawmill, has just lost his wife. While his 10-year-old son Jean does not accept his mother's disappearance, Amsler thinks of remarrying a young widow, herself the mother of a little girl ...
Jean Forest, Victor Vina, Pierrette Houyez
Festivals / Awards
2002: Cennes Film Festival, Perspective of Iran, France
2003: Forum des images Festival of Paris, France
Jacques Feyder, Françoise Rosay
Aloys de Christen, Dimitri De Zoubaloff, Arturo Porchet
DOP / Camera
Léonce-Henri Burel, Paul Parguel
Jacques Feyder was born on July 21, 1885 in Ixelles, Brabant, Belgium as Jacques Léon Louis Frédérix. He was a director and writer, known for “Pension Mimosas” (1935), “Carnival in Flanders” (1935) and “Le grand jeu” (1934). He was married to Françoise Rosay. He died on May 24, 1948 in Rive-de-Prangins, Switzerland.