Pantalaskas

Pantalaskas (1960)

An off-beat, uneven tale about a man intent on suicide and the three people who try to talk him out of it, Pantalaskas stars American Carl Studer in the title role of the morose, would-be suicide. Set in Paris and taking place over an entire night, the story has a complication in that the trio who want to prevent the suicide do not speak the man's language -- he is Lithuanian and speaks no French. So the protagonists comb the underbelly of a nighttime Paris, looking high and low but mostly low for anyone who speaks Lithuanian. Depending mainly on dialogue for its impact, the verbose drama reveals how the protagonists undergo a transformation as the night wears on.

Writing:
  • René Masson
  • Paul Paviot
Directing:
  • Paul Paviot
  • Views: 2
  • Release Date: 1960-02-08
  • Language: Français
  • Country: FR
  • Runtime: 90

Jacques Marin

Tropmann

Max Montavon

The waiter

Albert Rémy

Georges Battistini

Louise Chevalier

The prostitute's mother (uncredited)

Bernard Musson

(uncredited)

Daniel Emilfork

The baron

Carl Studer

Casimir Pantalaskas

Dominique Boschero

The brunette prostitute

Marie-Hélène Dasté

The illuminated

Yvette Etiévant

Maria Clairgeon

Patrick de Bardine

The son of the illuminated(

Paul Demange

The librarian

René-Jean Chauffard

(uncredited)
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