Jean-Marie Straub et Danièle Huillet

FRANCE, HD, 4:3, COLOR/B&W, 31’18 »
[Opening credits, white text on black]
– L’Aquarium et la Nation
– Film by Jean-Marie Straub
– Text extracted from the novel by André Malraux, “Les Noyers de l’Altenburg”
[“The Walnut Trees of Altenburg”] © Gallimard
– Actors: Aimé Agnel and Christiane Veschambre
– Image and editing: Christophe Clavert
– Sound: Dimitri Haulet, Sound mix: Jean-Pierre Laforce, Gaël Blondet, La Fémis
– Postproduction: Olivier Boischot, Studio Orlando, La Ruche Studio
– Production: Barbara Ulrich, Belva Film, Andolfi, Arnaud Dommeric
– Thank you Florence Malraux
[End credits, white text on black]
– Excerpt from La Marseillaise by Jean Renoir
© Studio Canal

– Aquarium: “Chez Meng,” Rue Forest, Paris 18ème
– And thank you l’Institut C.G. Jung of Paris
MUSIC: Franz Joseph Haydn, Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze (1738).

PRODUCTION DATES AND LOCATION: February 2015, Chez Meng, Chinese restaurant, 3rd arrondissement and the offices of the Société Française de Psychologie Analytique-Institut C.G. Jung, 18th arrondissement, Paris.

CAMERA: Canon 5D.
SUBTITLED IN ENGLISH by Ted Fendt and Straub, IN GERMAN by Johannes Beringer and Straub, IN ITALIAN by Giorgio Passerone and Straub.
FIRST SCREENING: 2015 Viennale (October 30); 2015 Hiroshima Film Festival (November; Mariko Okada Award to actor Aimé Agnel).