Alain Resnais
Festivals / Awards

Cannes Film Festival,
International Critics’ Prize (FIPRESCI)
Méliès Award

Original title : HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR
Drama | 1959 | 91’
Director: Alain Resnais
Countries of production : France - Japan
Cast: Emmanuelle Riva - Eiji Okada - Bernard Fresson
Image 1.37 - 4K restoration - Sound Mono - B&W – French and Japanese languages

His first feature, which André Malraux acclaimed as the most beautiful film he had ever seen, brought Resnais instant fame and has become an enduring classic of film history. A complex study of a troubled relationship set in post World War II Japan. A young French actress is in Hiroshima for the shooting of a film about peace. She meets a Japanese architect who reminds her of a former lover, a German soldier. The haunting affair is overshadowed by memories of the Bomb.
Scripted by legendary writer Marguerite Duras.

  • Production: Argos Films
  • Coproduction: -
  • Script writers: Marguerite Duras
  • Photo: Michio Takahashi - Sacha Vierny
  • Music: George Delerue - Giovanni Fusco