My Mother's Castle (1990)

12 10/26/1990 (FR) AdventureComedyDramaRomance 1h 39m

Overview

My Mother's Castle (Le chateau de ma mere) is a sequel and companion piece to My Father's Glory (La Gloire de Mon Pere), both based on the childhood recollections of Marcel Pagnol. Like its predecessor, the movie explores the adventures of the young Marcel (Julien Ciamaca) during his summers at the family summer home in Provence.

  1. Yves Robert

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Marcel Pagnol

    Novel

  3. Jérôme Tonnerre

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Julien Ciamaca

    Marcel Pagnol

  2. Philippe Caubère

    Philippe Caubère

    Joseph Pagnol

  3. Nathalie Roussel

    Nathalie Roussel

    Augustine Pagnol

  4. Victorien Delamare

    Paul Pagnol

  5. Didier Pain

    Didier Pain

    Oncle Jules

  6. Thérèse Liotard

    Thérèse Liotard

    Tante Rose

  7. Joris Molinas

    Joris Molinas

    Lili des Bellons

  8. Pierre Maguelon

    Pierre Maguelon

    François, père de Lili

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My Mother's Castle

Original Title Le château de ma mère

Status Released

Original Language French

Budget -

Revenue -

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