Mood Indigo (2013)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 34 mins

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A man sees his fortune dwindle after his wife develops a strange condition requiring that she always be surrounded by fresh flowers, or she will die.
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Did you know? The original French title for this movie, L'écume des jours, translates literally to "the foam of the days" but more colloquially means "the froth" or "the remnants" of daydreams. The English-language title, Mood Indigo, is the title of a 1930 jazz composition by Duke Ellington, the musician who is often mentioned in this movie. Read More
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as Chloe
as Colin
as Alise
as Gouffe
as L'Antiquitaire
as Employee Google 1
as Assistante Mangemanche
as Le sous-directeur de societe
as Voix Jean-Sol Partre
as Porteur 2
as Huissier societe
as Le libraire
as Interviewer Partre
as Le Bedon
as Chick
as Concierge conférence
as Douglas 1 bis
as Patron hotel
as Ombre geante
as Femme vitrine 2
as Porteur 1
as Duke Ellington
as Femme vitrine 1
as Laurent Lafitte de la comédie française
as La fleuriste
as La duchesse de Bovouard
as Le Chuiche
as Douglas 1
as Employee chariot
as Garcon Flore
as Douglas 2
as La marchande de remèdes
as Le chef du personnel
as Douglas 3
as Nicolas
as Employee Google 2
as Le 1er docteur
as Jean-Sol Partre
as Employe gifle
as La souris
as Voix du DJ Varlet
as Fille rousse patron hotel
as Le religieux
as Le senechal
as Patron hotel
as Le directeur de l'usine d'armement

Direction

Director
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director

Production

Producer
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Production Manager
Unit Production Manager
Production Coordinator

Distribution

Writers

Dialogue Writer
Screenplay Adaptation
Novelist

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Assistant Cameraman
Camera Operator
Camera Assistant
Electrician

Music

Music Director
Music Editor

Sound

Sound Re-recording Mixer
Assistant Sound Re-recording Mixer

Casting

Casting Director
Casting Assistant

Choreography

Choreographer

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer
Assistant Costume Designer

Editorial

First Assistant Editor
Assistant Editor

Location

Location Manager

Makeup and Hair

Hair Stylist

Post Production

Post Production Supervisor
Colorist

Transportation

Transportation Coordinator
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 (Flat)
Stereoscopy:
No
Filming Locations:
Goofs:
Continuity
When Nicolas brings breakfast to Chloé and Colin the first time, the long shot from the back of the bedroom shows him entering the bedroom but there are no people up on the bed. The close shot from the end of the bed shows Chloé and Colin receiving the tray.
Trivia:
The original French title for this movie, L'écume des jours, translates literally to "the foam of the days" but more colloquially means "the froth" or "the remnants" of daydreams. The English-language title, Mood Indigo, is the title of a 1930 jazz composition by Duke Ellington, the musician who is often mentioned in this movie.

The name of the writer with whom Chick is obsessed, "Jean-Sol Partre," is a spoonerism for the name of one of France's most famous philosophers and authors, Jean-Paul Sartre.

This film is based on a novel written by the famous French writer Boris Vian, who was a jazz music passionate and also a singer.