Those Who Remain

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Those Who Remain
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Theatrical release poster
Ceux qui restent
Directed by Anne Le Ny
Produced byJean-Philippe Andraca
Christian Bérard
Written byAnne Le Ny
Starring Emmanuelle Devos
Vincent Lindon
Music byBéatrice Thiriet
Cinematography Patrick Blossier
Edited byIdit Bloch
Les Films A4
France 2 Cinéma
Rectangle Productions
Distributed byStudioCanal
Release date
  • 29 August 2007 (2007-08-29)
Running time
94 minutes
Budget$3.8 million [1]
Box office$3 million [2]

Those Who Remain (original title: Ceux qui restent) is a 2007 French drama film written and directed by Anne Le Ny, starring Vincent Lindon and Emmanuelle Devos. [3]




Le Parisien gave the film four out of five stars and described it as sensitive and powerful. [4]


Award / Film FestivalCategoryRecipients and nomineesResult
César Award Best First Feature Film Anne Le Ny Nominated
Best Actor Vincent Lindon Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Anne Le NyNominated
Globes de Cristal Award Best ActorVincent LindonNominated

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