See You Up There

In November 1918, a few days before the Armistice, when Lieutenant Pradelle orders a senseless attack, he causes a useless disaster; but his outrageous act also binds the lives of two soldiers who have nothing more in common than the battlefield: Édouard saves Albert, although at a high cost. They become companions in misfortune who will attempt to survive in a changing world. Pradelle, in his own way, does the same.

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Film Cast:

  • Édouard Péricourt: Nahuel Pérez Biscayart
  • Albert Maillard: Albert Dupontel
  • Henri Pradelle: Laurent Lafitte
  • Marcel Péricourt: Niels Arestrup
  • Madeleine Péricourt: Émilie Dequenne
  • Pauline: Mélanie Thierry
  • Louise: Héloïse Balster
  • Labourdin: Philippe Uchan
  • The Police Officer: André Marcon
  • Joseph Merlin: Michel Vuillermoz
  • Dupré: Kyan Khojandi
  • Sister Hortense: Carole Franck
  • The Mayor: Gilles Gaston-Dreyfus
  • The Prefect: Jacques Mateu
  • The Station Officer: Philippe Duquesne
  • The Minister (voice): Denis Podalydès
  • The Catalog Deliverer: Frédéric Epaud
  • Mrs. Belmont: Axelle Simon
  • The Parisian Surgeon: Augustin Jacob
  • The Côte 113 Sergeant: Frans Boyer
  • Cécile: Eloïse Genet
  • Chinese #1: Bing Yin
  • Chinese #2: Xiaoxing Cheng
  • A Soldier: Alexis Barbosa
  • A Soldier: Dan Cardoso
  • The Stretcher Bearer: François Girard
  • A Soldier: Mathieu Naert

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Antoinette Boulat
  • Sound: Jean Minondo
  • Director: Albert Dupontel
  • Production Design: Pierre Quefféléan
  • Costume Design: Mimi Lempicka
  • Original Music Composer: Christophe Julien
  • Director of Photography: Vincent Mathias
  • Producer: Catherine Bozorgan
  • Editor: Christophe Pinel
  • Sound Mixer: Cyril Holtz
  • Key Makeup Artist: Françoise Quilichini
  • Art Direction: Lilith Bekmezian
  • Sound Editor: Gurwal Coïc-Gallas
  • Sound Mixer: Damien Lazzerini
  • First Assistant Editor: Carlos Pinto
  • Novel: Pierre Lemaitre
  • Casting: Samia Fadli
  • Art Direction: Gilles Iscan

Movie Reviews:

  • AstroNoud: An extremely stylish film showing remarkable cinematographic creativity and vision, even if the story does not truly measure up to the visuals.


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