Under the Sand (Sous le Sable) 23 years old

Can love vanish without a trace?

Under the Sand

When her husband goes missing at the beach, a female professor begins to mentally disintegrate as her denial of his disappearance becomes delusional.

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Under the Sand Cast

Name Character
Charlotte Rampling She was 54, now 78 years old as Marie Drillon
Alexandra Stewart She was 61, now 84 years old as Amanda
Laurence Mercier as Paris doctor's secretary
Bruno Cremer He was 70, 80 years old when he died as Jean Drillon
Jacques Nolot He was 57, now 80 years old as Vincent
Pierre Vernier He was 69, 293 years old when he died as Gérard
Jean-François Lapalus as Paris doctor
Michel Cordes He was 54, now 78 years old as le superintendant
Damien Abbou as Chief lifeguard
Pierre Soubestre as Policeman
Laurence Martin She was 72, now 95 years old as Apartment seller
Andrée Tainsy She was 89, 93 years old when she died as Suzanne
Fabienne Luchetti as Pharmacist
Maya Gaugler as German woman
David Portugais as Young lifeguard
Agathe Teyssier She was 47, now 71 years old as In charge of luxury store

Under the Sand Crew

Name Department
Antoine Héberlé as Director of Photography. He was 47 (now 71) years old Camera
Olivier Delbosc as Producer. He was 32 (now 55) years old Production
Marc Missonnier as Producer. He was 29 (now 53) years old Production
Philippe Rombi as Original Music Composer. He was 32 (now 56) years old Sound
Antoinette Boulat as Casting. Production
Jeanne Lapoirie as Director of Photography. She was 37 (now 61) years old Camera
Pascaline Chavanne as Costume Design. She was 0 (now 24) years old Costume & Make-Up
Marcia Romano as Screenplay. She was 29 (now 53) years old Writing
Laurence Bawedin as Editor. Editing
Sandrine Canaux as Production Design. Art
Sandrine Canaux as Art Direction. Art
François Ozon as Director. He was 32 (now 56) years old Directing
François Ozon as Screenplay. He was 32 (now 56) years old Writing
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Under the Sand (23 years)

Can love vanish without a trace?

  • Release day: Monday, September 11, 2000
  • Runtime: 92 minutes