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Madame Bovary (1934 film)

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Madame Bovary
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Directed byJean Renoir
Screenplay byJean Renoir
Based onMadame Bovary
1857 novel
by Gustave Flaubert
Produced byGaston Gallimard
Edited byMarguerite Renoir
Music byDarius Milhaud
Nouvelle Société des Films
Distributed byNouvelle Société des Films
Release date
12 January 1934
Running time
101 minutes

Madame Bovary is a 1934 French historical drama film directed by Jean Renoir, starring Max Dearly, Valentine Tessier and Pierre Renoir, and adapted from Gustave Flaubert's 1857 novel Madame Bovary.[1]

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Plot summary


Critical reception

On the film's original release, Variety wrote that in interpreting the novel for film, "Renoir has done an exceptionally commendable job. Regardless of its snail-like pace, the production, combines a straight simple narrative with a fine sense of background authenticity and dramatic understanding." The reviewer doubted however, that box office appeal would extend much beyond readers of the book, "despite the better than average quality of the film."[2]


  1. ^ Donaldson-Evans p.193
  2. ^ "Variety (November 1934)". New York, NY: Variety Publishing Company. December 3, 1934 – via Internet Archive.


  • Donaldson-Evans, Mary. Madame Bovary at the Movies: Adaptation, Ideology, Context. Rodopi, 2009.
  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.

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