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Premiere Date: 10 February 2009 (Berlin Film Festival)
Director: Stephen Frears
Taglines:
In a game of seduction, never fall in love.

Indulge in a wicked game of seduction.

Awards :
Best Custome Design - Consolata Boyle - IFTA Awards (2010)
Best Music (Meilleure Musique) - Alexandre Desplat - √Čtoile d'Or (2010)
Film Composer of the Year - Alexandre Desplat - World Soundtrack Awards (2009)
Nominations :
Best Custome Design - Consolata Boyle - Satellite Award (2009)
Golden Berlin Bear - Stephen Frears - Berlin International Film Festival (2009)
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Synopsis:
Set in the luxurious demi-monde of pre-First World War Paris, CHÉRI is the story of the love affair between the beautiful retired courtesan Léa (Michelle Pfeiffer) and Chéri (Rupert Friend), the son of her old colleague and rival, Mme Peloux (Kathy Bates). Léa has educated the spoilt and callow boy in the ways of love, but after six years Mme Peloux has secretly arranged a marriage between Chéri and Edmée (Felicity Jones), daughter of another rich courtesan, Marie Laure (Iben Hjejle). As the inevitable moment of parting approaches, Léa and Chéri try to come to terms with their imminent separation, but the roots of their life of ease and pleasure reach deeper than even they imagine and they begin to understand, too late, how much they mean to one another.
International Posters:
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Release Date:
8 April 2009 (France, Belgium)
8 May 2009 (UK)
25 June 2009 (Netherlands)
26 June 2009 (US)
23 July 2009 (Australia)
27 August 2009 (Germany)
28 August 2009 (Italy)
11 September 2009 (Finland)
24 September 2009 (Israel, Portugal)
1 October 2009 (New Zealand)
2 October 2009 (Norway)
15 October 2009 (Russia)
3 December 2009 (Hungary)
22 January 2010 (Brazil)
29 January 2010 (Spain)
27/31 January 2010 (Hong Kong) European Film Festival 2010
Filming Location:
Paris, France
Biarritz, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France
Cologne, North Rhine - Westphalia, Germany
MMC Studios, Hürth, North Rhine - Westphalia, Germany
 
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