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The Green Ray
Directed by √Čric Rohmer
Produced by Margaret Ménégoz
Written by Eric Rohmer
Marie Rivière
Starring Marie Rivière
Music by Jean-Louis Valéro
Cinematography Sophie Maintigneux
Editing by María Luisa García
Release date(s) 1986
Running time 98 min.
Language French

The Green Ray (French: Le Rayon vert) is a 1986 film by √Čric Rohmer. It is released as Summer in North America. The film stars Marie Rivi√®re, Rosette, B√©atrice Romand, Carita and Vincent Gauthier. It is named for the novel of the same name by Jules Verne. It was shot in France on 16mm film and much of the dialogue is improvised.

The film won the FIPRESCI Prize and the Golden Lion at the 1986 Venice Film Festival.

Plot

The movie opens at the start of Delphine's summer vacation. Her travel companion has ditched her and she mopes around Paris, depressed and self-pitying. Her friends urge her to get out there and meet new people. She visits several locations, but can never seem to find what she wants: happiness and true love. At Biarritz train station she meets a young man who is travelling to Saint-Jean-de-Luz. She goes with him and together they fall in love in front of the warm glow of sunset; and le rayon vert (the Green flash).

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