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He Died with His Eyes Open

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He Died with His Eyes Open
On ne meurt que deux fois.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byJacques Deray
Screenplay byJacques Deray
Michel Audiard
Based onHe Died with His Eyes Open
by Derek Raymond
Produced byJacques Deray
StarringCharlotte Rampling
Michel Serrault
Xavier Deluc
Élisabeth Depardieu
Gérard Darmon
CinematographyJean Penzer
Edited byHenri Lanoë
Music byClaude Bolling
Distributed byStudioCanal
Release date
  • 27 August 1985 (1985-08-27) (Montreal)
  • 9 October 1985 (1985-10-09) (France)
Running time
105 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Box office$7.5 million[1]

He Died with His Eyes Open (original title: On ne meurt que deux fois) is a 1985 French erotic noir thriller film directed by Jacques Deray. It was based on the 1984 English-language novel He Died with His Eyes Open by Derek Raymond. It starred Charlotte Rampling and Michel Serrault. The film won the César Award for Best Cinematography. Charlotte Rampling and Michel Serrault were nominated for César Award for Best Actor and Actress.[2]

Plot

Charly Berliner, a pianist, is found dead beside a railway track. The inspector in charge of the investigation, Robert Staniland, arrives at the victim's home to search for clues. As he listens to the tapes recorded by Berliner in which he confesses his love for a mysterious woman named Barbara, the latter turns up unexpectedly and confesses to the crime.

Cast

Accolades

Award / Film Festival Category Recipients and nominees Result
César Awards Best Actor Michel Serrault Nominated
Best Actress Charlotte Rampling Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Xavier Deluc Nominated
Best Writing Michel Audiard and Jacques Deray Nominated
Best Cinematography Jean Penzer Won
Best Original Music Claude Bolling Nominated
Best Editing Henri Lanoë Nominated
Best Production Design François de Lamothe Nominated
Montreal World Film Festival Jury Prize Won

References

  1. ^ "On ne meurt que deux fois (1985) - JPBox-Office".
  2. ^ "Jacques Deray obituary". Independent. 13 August 2003. Retrieved 22 February 2016.[dead link]

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