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with: title: Bitter Moon
year: 1992
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Bitter Moon (1992) View the IMDB sheet (new window)
Director: Roman POLANSKI
Casting: Peter Coyote, Emmanuelle Seigner, Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas, Victor Banerjee, Sophie Patel, Patrick Albenque
Timing based on a duration of 2h19min32sec (DVD)

18 locations found
Timing Film moment: at 12min14sec, scene where Micheline Bouvier known as Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) is sitting in a Parisian bus
Place Saint-Michel
Paris - 5ème (75005)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 12min26sec, scene where Micheline Bouvier known as Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) is sitting in a Parisian bus
Quai des Grands-Augustins
Paris - 6ème (75006)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 13min04sec, scene in the bus where a controller checks the tickets
Pont Saint-Michel
Paris - 4ème (75004)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 13min32sec, scene where Oscar Benton (Peter COYOTE) has to get off the bus to pay a fine
Arrêt de bus 'Rennes-d'Assas', 97-99 rue de Rennes
Paris - 6ème (75006)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 15min56sec, aerial view of the 96 bus advancing in the rain with Oscar (Peter COYOTE) going up the street in search of Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER)
Rue de Rennes
Paris - 6ème (75006)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 16min55sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) crosses the street, believing to have recognized Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) redoing the display of a shop
Boutique 'Le Comptoir du Pull', 102 rue de Rennes
Paris - 6ème (75006)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Comment: This store became "Léa Change" (before 2020).
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 17min25sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) invites the saleswoman of the "Comptoir du Pull" to the restaurant
Restaurant 'Le Sam Kearny', 6 rue Princesse
Paris - 6ème (75006)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Comment: This restaurant no longer exists (before 2020).
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 18min50sec, night scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) meets Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) at the rendezvous
Centre de danse du Marais, 41 rue du Temple
Paris - 4ème (75004)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 19min40sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) and Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) are going to eat in a Thai restaurant
43-45 rue de la Roquette
Paris - 11ème (75011)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Comment: The confinement of March 2020 was fatal to this restaurant, which has existed for 30 years in Paris.
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 23min11sec, scene where, at sunrise, Oscar (Peter COYOTE) and Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) will sit on a bench, behind Notre-Dame, and night scene at 1h14min43sec
Square Jean XXIII, 4 parvis Notre-Dame
Paris - 4ème (75004)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 28min54sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) and Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) are having fun at a funfair, and scene at 1h14min26sec
Jardin des Tuileries, place de la Concorde
Paris - 1er (75001)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 44min18sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) and Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) are shopping in a sex shop
100 rue Saint-Denis
Paris - 1er (75001)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Comment: This small business has become a dental center (before 2020).
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 1h08min29sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE) and Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER), in a cafe, seem to be bored copiously
Café 'The Frog and Rosbif', 116 rue Saint-Denis
Paris - 2ème (75002)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 1h39min59sec, night scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE), tipsy, leaves a club with two young girls in his arms
'Les Bains Douches', 7 rue du Bourg-l'Abbé
Paris - 3ème (75003)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Comment: The character really comes out of the Bains, at number 7, and not from a nearby club, as said in the film.
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: taxi scene with the two girls, when Oscar (Peter COYOTE) is hit
devant le 62 boulevard Sébastopol
Paris - 1er (75001)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on November 20th, 2013 
Source: KIKI26 on Forum
Timing Film moment: at 1h44min00sec, scene where Oscar (Peter COYOTE), now paralyzed, is in a small car driven by Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER)
Pont des Arts
Paris - 6ème (75006)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 1h50min55sec, scene where Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) takes Oscar (Peter COYOTE) on a picnic
Bois de Boulogne
Paris - 16ème (75016)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
Timing Film moment: at 1h58min03sec, scene of the wedding of Mimi (Emmanuelle SEIGNER) and Oscar (Peter COYOTE) at the town hall
Mairie du XIVème, 2 place Ferdinand Brunot
Paris - 14ème (75014)
75 - Ville-de-Paris / Ile-de-France / FRANCE
Updated on January 14th, 2021 
Source: Alain BARBIER
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