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She sends their small son to Garance's box to mortify her with their family's happiness. When Garance returns to the Count's luxurious mansion, she finds Lacenaire waiting for her. Lacenaire satisfies himself that Garance has no love for him and, on his way out, encounters the Count, who is irritated to see such an individual in his home.
Lacenaire reacts to the Count's challenge with threats, revealing the knife at his belt. Later, Garance declares to the Count that she will never love him since she is already in love with another man, but declares she will continue to try to please him, and offers to spread the word on the streets that she is "mad" about him, if he would like.
The Count, who insists on attending the performance with Garance, is convinced that the actor is the man she loves. Elsewhere Baptiste, who is also in the audience, encounters Garance at last. Lacenaire takes revenge by calling him a cuckold and, dramatically pulling back a curtain, reveals Garance in Baptiste's embrace on the balcony. The two lovers slip away to spend the night together in Garance's former room at The Great Post House. The next morning, at a Turkish bath , Lacenaire assassinates the count for having had him thrown out of the theater.
He then calmly sits to wait for the police and meet his "destiny", which is to die on the scaffold. At the rooming house, Nathalie finds Baptiste with Garance.
With Nathalie desperate and pleading her wifely rights, Garance declares that she has "been with" Baptiste for the past six years as much as Nathalie, his wife, has. She flees, pursued by the equally desperate Baptiste, who is soon lost in the frantic Carnival crowd amid a sea of bobbing masks and unheeding, white Pierrots. The film ends as Baptiste is swept away and as Garance makes her escape in her carriage, still unaware that her protector, the Count, is dead.
The film was made under extremely difficult conditions. External sets in Nice were badly damaged by natural causes, exacerbated and compounded by the theatrical constraints during the German occupation of France during World War II. The film was split into two parts because the Vichy administration had imposed a maximum time limit of 90 minutes for feature films.
Barrault was committed to the premiere production of The Satin Slipper Le Soulier de satin , which was a hit, and almost offered his role to a music hall entertainer, Jacques Tati , then little known, before a schedule was negotiated which allowed him to fulfil both roles. Film critic Pauline Kael wrote that, allegedly, "the starving extras made away with some of the banquets before they could be photographed".
Maurice Thiriet , Kosma's orchestrator, acted as his front. The set builders were short of supplies and the camera crew's film stock was rationed. The financing, originally a French-Italian production, collapsed a few weeks after production began in Nice, due to the Allied conquest of Sicily in August The quarter-mile long main set, the " Boulevard du Temple ", was severely damaged by a storm and had to be rebuilt.
By the time shooting resumed in Paris in early spring of , the Director of Photography, Roger Hubert , had been assigned to another production and Philippe Agostini , who replaced him, had to analyze all the reels in order to match the lighting of the non-sequential shot list; all the while, electricity in the Paris Studios was intermittent. The materials, provided by Jeanne Lanvin, allowed work on the costumes to be done in very favorable conditions given the difficult period of the French occupation.
Production was delayed again after the Allies landed in Normandy, perhaps intentionally stalled so that it would only be completed after the French Liberation. He was replaced at a moment's notice by Pierre Renoir , older brother of French filmmaker Jean Renoir and son of the famous painter, and most of the scenes had to be redone.
One scene featuring Le Vigan survives in the middle of the second part, when Jericho snitches to Nathalie. The movie was the third most popular film at the French box office in The site's consensus reads: "Strong performances abound, and Carne's wit and grace are evident in this masterful if long French epic.
The movie critic Roger Ebert added it to his "Great Movie" collection in It isn't clear which version of the film was honored; the U. The film had its premiere in Paris, at the Chaillot Palace on 9 March , in its entirety. He also pioneered the idea of the public being able to reserve their seats in advance. Children of Paradise became an instant and monumental success, remaining on the screen of the Madeleine Theater for 54 weeks.
This involved scanning the badly damaged original camera negative, and other early sources, using a high-resolution 4K digital process to produce a new master print.
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