Ce que le jour doit à la nuit est un film français réalisé par Alexandre Arcady tiré du roman du même nom de Yasmina Khadra. En France et en Belgique, il est sorti le 12 septembre 2012.
What the Day Owes the Night (French: Ce que le jour doit à la nuit) is a 2012 French romantic drama film based on the novel of the same name by Yasmina Khadra. It was directed and produced by Alexandre Arcady, who also wrote the screenplay with Blandine Stintzy and Daniel Saint-Hamont.
Inspiré de faits réels. L'histoire parcourt l'Algérie des années 1930 aux années 1960, racontant le destin de Younes, jeune Algérien élevé comme un pied-noir par son oncle. Il traverse les tragédies vécues par son pays, dont l'attaque de Mers el-Kébir et la guerre d'Algérie, sur un fond d'histoire d'amour impossible.
L'itinéraire, des années 1930 à nos jours, d'un Algérien au destin jalonné de tragédies. Issu d'une famille de paysans ruinés, Younes est arraché à sa mère à l'âge de 9ans, et confié à son oncle, un notable d'Oran. Marié à une Française, l'homme rêve d'offrir une vie meilleure à son charmant neveu. Rebaptisé Jonas, Younes intègre alors la jeunesse pied-noire de l'Algérie des années 1950. La douceur de son existence sera bientôt troublée par les conflits agitant le pays.
The film looks over the life of a young man, Younes, from his childhood in Algeria in the 1930s to nowadays. The story goes over the tragedies that occurred in his country like the battle of Mers El-Kebir and the Algerian War but also the love story of Emilie and Younes.
Charade is a 1963 American romantic comedy mystery film directed by Stanley Donen, written by Peter Stone and Marc Behm, and starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. It spans three genres: suspense thriller, romance and comedy.
The film has a sparkling screenplay, especially the repartee between Grant and Hepburn. It was filmed on location in Paris.
While on a skiing holiday in the French Alps, expatriate American simultaneous interpreter Regina "Reggie" Lampert tells her friend Sylvie that she has decided to divorce her husband Charles. She also meets a charming American stranger, Peter Joshua.
On her return to Paris, she finds her apartment stripped bare. A police inspector notifies her that Charles sold off their belongings, then was murdered while trying to leave Paris. The money is missing. At Charles' sparsely attended wake, only three men show up to view the body—all to ensure that he is dead.
Reggie is summoned to meet CIA administrator Hamilton Bartholomew at the American Embassy, where she learns that the three men at the wake are after the missing money, as is the U.S. government stolen by her husband Charles during the Second World War.
The stranger Reggie met at the Alps Peter Joshua appeared in Paris, thus started a chase of money, a chain of murder, a continuous confusion of identity, and then finally, the destiny of love between Reggie and Peter.
When screenwriters Peter Stone and Marc Behm submitted their script The Unsuspecting Wife around Hollywood, they were unable to sell it. Stone then turned it into a novel, retitled Charade, which found a publisher and was serialized in Redbook magazine, as many novels were at the time. The series caught the attention of the same Hollywood companies that had passed on it earlier. The film rights were quickly sold to producer/director Stanley Donen. Stone then wrote the final shooting script, tailored to stars Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn, with Behm receiving story co-credit.
Hepburn shot the film in the fall of 1962, immediately after Paris When It Sizzles, which was filmed that summer in a number of the same locations in Paris, but difficulties with the earlier production caused it to be released four months after Charade.
Cary Grant, who turned 59 during filming, was sensitive about the 25-year age difference between Audrey Hepburn (33 at the time of filming) and himself, and was uncomfortable with their romantic interplay. To satisfy his concerns, the filmmakers agreed to add dialogue that has Grant's character comment on his age, and Regina — Hepburn's character — is portrayed as the pursuer.
The screenwriter, Peter Stone, and the director, Stanley Donen, have an unusual joint cameo role in the film.
The soundtrack album for the film, featuring Henry Mancini's score, was released in 1963 and reached No. 6 on the Billboard magazine's pop album chart.
Public domain status
The film includes a notice reading "MCMLXIII BY UNIVERSAL PICTURES COMPANY, INC. and STANLEY DONEN FILMS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED", but omitting the word "Copyright", "Copr.", or the symbol "©". At the time (before 1978), U.S. law required works to include the word, abbreviation, or symbol in order to be copyrighted. Because Universal put no proper copyright notice on Charade, the film entered public domain in the United States immediately upon its release. Copies from film prints of varying quality have been available on VHS, DVD, and Blu-ray based on its status in the public domain. The film is also available for free download at the Internet Archive. However, while the film itself is public domain, the original music remains under copyright if outside of the context of the film. The film remains fully protected by copyright outside the U.S.
Writer: José Luis Martín
Director: Oriol Ferrer, Salvador García Ruiz, Jorge Torregrossa, Joan Noguera
Music: Federico Jusid
Costume design: Pepe Reyes
Stars: Álvaro Cervantes/Blanca Suárez/Félix Gómez
Carlos, Rey Emperador fue una serie de televisión española. La serie narró la historia de Carlos V, uno de los hombres más poderosos que ha conocido Europa, gobernador de un imperio de proporciones tan extraordinarias como su diversidad.
A través del relato de la vida de Carlos de Habsburgo desde su llegada a España, se verá el modo en que el heredero del Imperio Germánico, de Borgoña, de los Países Bajos, del Franco Condado, Artois, Nevers y Rethel, de los territorios de la Corona de Aragón y sus posesiones italianas vinculadas y de los castellanos, norteafricanos y americanos de la Monarquía Católica crece como estadista y cómo se fortalece ante las amenazas que le rodean con los aciertos y errores de sus consejeros.
Carlos, rey emperador (English: Charles, Emperor King) is a Spanish historical fiction television series, directed by Oriol Ferrer and produced by Diagonal TV for Televisión Española. The series is a sequel to the successful Isabel and is based upon the reign of Charles I. (Another film La corona partida, also produced by Diagonal TV, narrating the story of Juana La Loca, daughter of Isabel and mother of Charles I, is like a connecting bridge between the two series Isabel and Carlos, rey emperador)
The series tells the story of Charles I or Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, one of the most powerful men Europe has met, the ruler of an empire as great in size as in diversity.
As the life of Charles of Habsburg is told since his arrival to Spain, it can be seen how the heir to the crowns of Germany, Burgundy, the Netherlands, the Free County, Artois, Nevers and Rethel, of the territories of the Crown of Aragon and its related Italian territories, and of the territories of the Catholic Monarchs in Castile, North Africa and the Americas, matures as a statesman and gets stronger in face of menaces around him and good and bad advice from his counselors.
Carlos V, Emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico/Charles I
by Álvaro Cervantes
Isabel de Portugal, Emperatriz del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico/Isabella of Portugal
by Blanca Suárez
Leonor de Habsburgo/Eleanor of Habsburg
by Marina Salas
Fernando I, Emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico/Ferdinand of Habsburg
by Eric Balbàs
Francisco I de Francia/Francis I of France
by Alfonso Bassave
Diseñador de Vestuario/Costume design
Watch the series Carlos, Rey Emperador online
Option 1: Spain television channel TVE
Option 2: Amazon Prime Video