Day And Night
Film maker: Bernard-Henri Levy
Production: Les films du lendemain
Featuring: Alain Delon, Arielle Dombasle, Lauren Bacall, Francisco Rabal, Karl Zéro, Xavier Beauvois, Marianne Denicourt, Jean-Pierre Kalfon
Release date: 12 February 1997
Duration: 112 minutes
French writer Alexandre (Alain Delon) exchanges his stressful, hectic life in Paris for a more peaceful existence at a Mexican hacienda with his wife Ariane (Marianne Denicourt) and friend Lucien (Jean-Pierre Kalfon). Among their circle is Sonia (Lauren Bacall), a strange and oracular figure. As the film opens, the melancholy Alexandre is visited by a sensuous actress, Laure (Arielle Dombasle), and her producer, Raoul Fillipi (Karl Zero), who intend to make a movie of one of Alexandre’s best-loved books. Laure is determined to play the part of the heroine and is willing to resort to seduction to get it. At the same time, Ariane is involved in a passionate affair with French-Mexican seismologist Carlo (Xavier Beauvois). While all of these characters wrangle and tangle with their different agendas, the local residents prepare for a violent revolution.