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Original Title

Le Grand Bleu

Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 168

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Languages: fr, it, ru, en

Webpage: -

Release Info


  •  U

  • 1988-05-11
     PG-13

  • 1988-11-10
     PG

  • 1989-02-24
     15

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Alternative Titles

  • Le Grand Bleu
  • Imensidão Azul
  • The Big Blue
  • 碧海情
  • 大蓝
  • Magická hlubina
  • Le grand bleu (version longue)
Content Score: 100

(1988)

7.7/10 (63 votes)

Overview

Two men answer the call of the ocean in this romantic fantasy-adventure. Jacques (Jean-Marc Barr) and Enzo (Jean Reno) are a pair of friends who have been close since childhood, and who share a passion for the dangerous sport of free diving. Professional diver Jacques opted to follow in the footsteps of his father, who died at sea when Jacques was a boy; to the bewilderment of scientists, Jacques harbors a remarkable ability to adjust his heart rate and breathing pattern in the water, so that his vital signs more closely resemble that of dolphins than men (he even considers a school of dolphins as his extended family). As Enzo persuades a reluctant Jacques to compete against him in a free diving contest -- determining who can dive deeper and longer without scuba gear -- Jacques meets Johana (Rosanna Arquette), a beautiful insurance investigator from America, and he finds that he must choose between his love for her and his love of the sea.

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Director: Luc Besson
Writers: , , , ,

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Cast

Jean-Marc Barr

Jean-Marc Barr
as Jacques Mayol

Jean Reno

Jean Reno
as Enzo Molinari

Rosanna Arquette

Rosanna Arquette
as Johana Baker

Paul Shenar

Paul Shenar
as Dr. Laurence

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A review by tanty

Introspective story with a good Jean Reno and innocent Rosanna Arquette.

Sound track, for those loving Eric Sierra. Not for all tastes. A little bit too long but entartaining.