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We're releasing a double feature for our World Cinema #7 - Claude Berri's Jean de Florette (1986) and Manon de Sources (1986). This release includes exclusive O-ring packaging, artwork and special features. Jean de Florette (1986) Claude Berri's stunning adaptation of Marcel Pagnol's acclaimed novel captured the hearts and imagination of audiences around the world upon it's initial release in 1986, winning numerous international awards and becoming one of the most popular foreign language films in history. City-dweller Jean de Florette (Gerard Depardieu, Cyrano de Bergerac, Green Card) moves his family to the Provence countryside in the 1920s to forge a new life as a flower farmer. But his proud, cocky neighbouring rival Le Papet (Yves Montand, Wages Of Fear, Manon Des Sources) schemes with his simple-minded nephew Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil, Queen Margot, Manon Des Sources) to acquire some nearby land ensuring the novice owner never discovers an all-important natural spring on the property. Exploring the formidable rural landscape, Jean de Florette captures one family's noble struggle against the forces of nature and the treachery of man. Manon de Sources (1986) The equally extraordinary, award-winning sequel to Jean de Florette continues the timeless story with the late Jean de Florette's daughter, Manon (Emmanuelle Beart, Mission Impossible), now grown up into a beautiful and free-spirited young shepherdess on her father's Provence farm. Upon learning the tragic truth behind her father's death, Manon plots revenge on the dim-witted Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil, Queen Margot, Jean de Florette) and the scheming Le Papet (Yves Montand, Wages of Fear, Jean de Florette). Based on the classic novel by Marcel Pagnol, Manon de Sources and Jean de Florette are universally acclaimed visual feasts containing masterly performances leading to a heart-stopping and totally unexpected conclusion. Extras: "Jean de Florette" Trailer "Manon Des Sources" Trailer
We're releasing a double feature for our World Cinema #7 - Claude Berri's Jean de Florette (1986) and Manon de Sources (1986). This release includes exclusive O-ring packaging, artwork and special features. Jean de Florette (1986) Claude Berri's stunning adaptation of Marcel Pagnol's acclaimed novel captured the hearts and imagination of audiences around the world upon it's initial release in 1986, winning numerous international awards and becoming one of the most popular foreign language films in history. City-dweller Jean de Florette (Gerard Depardieu, Cyrano de Bergerac, Green Card) moves his family to the Provence countryside in the 1920s to forge a new life as a flower farmer. But his proud, cocky neighbouring rival Le Papet (Yves Montand, Wages Of Fear, Manon Des Sources) schemes with his simple-minded nephew Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil, Queen Margot, Manon Des Sources) to acquire some nearby land ensuring the novice owner never discovers an all-important natural spring on the property. Exploring the formidable rural landscape, Jean de Florette captures one family's noble struggle against the forces of nature and the treachery of man. Manon de Sources (1986) The equally extraordinary, award-winning sequel to Jean de Florette continues the timeless story with the late Jean de Florette's daughter, Manon (Emmanuelle Beart, Mission Impossible), now grown up into a beautiful and free-spirited young shepherdess on her father's Provence farm. Upon learning the tragic truth behind her father's death, Manon plots revenge on the dim-witted Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil, Queen Margot, Jean de Florette) and the scheming Le Papet (Yves Montand, Wages of Fear, Jean de Florette). Based on the classic novel by Marcel Pagnol, Manon de Sources and Jean de Florette are universally acclaimed visual feasts containing masterly performances leading to a heart-stopping and totally unexpected conclusion. Extras: "Jean de Florette" Trailer "Manon Des Sources" Trailer
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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: UMBRELLA ENT
Rel. Date: 03/18/2022
UPC: 9344256024627

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We're releasing a double feature for our World Cinema #7 - Claude Berri's Jean de Florette (1986) and Manon de Sources (1986). This release includes exclusive O-ring packaging, artwork and special features. Jean de Florette (1986) Claude Berri's stunning adaptation of Marcel Pagnol's acclaimed novel captured the hearts and imagination of audiences around the world upon it's initial release in 1986, winning numerous international awards and becoming one of the most popular foreign language films in history. City-dweller Jean de Florette (Gerard Depardieu, Cyrano de Bergerac, Green Card) moves his family to the Provence countryside in the 1920s to forge a new life as a flower farmer. But his proud, cocky neighbouring rival Le Papet (Yves Montand, Wages Of Fear, Manon Des Sources) schemes with his simple-minded nephew Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil, Queen Margot, Manon Des Sources) to acquire some nearby land ensuring the novice owner never discovers an all-important natural spring on the property. Exploring the formidable rural landscape, Jean de Florette captures one family's noble struggle against the forces of nature and the treachery of man. Manon de Sources (1986) The equally extraordinary, award-winning sequel to Jean de Florette continues the timeless story with the late Jean de Florette's daughter, Manon (Emmanuelle Beart, Mission Impossible), now grown up into a beautiful and free-spirited young shepherdess on her father's Provence farm. Upon learning the tragic truth behind her father's death, Manon plots revenge on the dim-witted Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil, Queen Margot, Jean de Florette) and the scheming Le Papet (Yves Montand, Wages of Fear, Jean de Florette). Based on the classic novel by Marcel Pagnol, Manon de Sources and Jean de Florette are universally acclaimed visual feasts containing masterly performances leading to a heart-stopping and totally unexpected conclusion. Extras: "Jean de Florette" Trailer "Manon Des Sources" Trailer
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