Overview

When their regal matriarch falls ill, the troubled Vuillard family come together for a hesitant Christmastime reunion. Among them is rebellious ne'er-do-well Henri and the uptight Elizabeth. Together under the same roof for the first time in many years, their intricate, long denied resentments and yearnings emerge again.

  1. Arnaud Desplechin

    Director, Writer

  2. Emmanuel Bourdieu

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Catherine Deneuve

    Catherine Deneuve

    Junon

  2. Anne Consigny

    Anne Consigny

    Elizabeth, their oldest child

  3. Jean-Paul Roussillon

    Jean-Paul Roussillon

    Abel, Junon's husband

  4. Mathieu Amalric

    Mathieu Amalric

    Henri, their middle child

  5. Émile Berling

    Émile Berling

    Paull, Elizabeth and Claude's son

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A Christmas Tale
A Christmas Tale

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Facts

Original Title Un Conte de Noël

Status Released

Release Information

  • May 21, 2008
    NR
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    No rating information.

Original Language French

Runtime 2h 32m

Budget -

Revenue $7,356,393.00

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