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La Rochelle station

Movie Ma famille t'adore déjà Alan Corno and Jérôme Commandeur (2016)
Éva (Déborah François) and her future fiancé Julien (Arthur Dupont) arrive at the La Rochelle train station to meet the Périné family living on the Ile de Ré.
La Rochelle station
La Rochelle train station - Photo Wikimedia Commons by Cramos

– Hi, Jean-Seb. Are you Julien?

– Oh no no, not at all I’m Jessica. I’m an old friend from college, we met on the train.

Jean-Sébastien (Jérôme Commandeur) meeting Julien (Arthur Dupont) in front of the station

Young lover, Julien (Arthur Dupont) asks Éva (Déborah François) to marry him and she accepts. After meeting Julien’s parents, the last step for the future engaged couple is to go to the island of Ré to meet the Periné family.

Coming from Paris, the couple took the train to La Rochelle. The little family is waiting for them in front of the train station to take them to the island by car. Julien meets part of the family with brother Jean-Sébastien (Jérôme Commandeur), sister-in-law Corine (Valérie Karsenti) and their children Palefroi (Raphaël Aouizerate), Jean-Jésus (Samuel Aouizerate) and Prunille (Océane and Margaux Le Caoussin). The couple will also meet Anneke (Alicia Endemann), the au pair.

For Jérôme Commandeur, the director, the island of Ré is part of the film’s characters: “There are stereotypes, sweaters tied around the shoulders, pastel Bermuda shorts, children with fruit names, bicycle traffic jams, 60-year-olds, etc.”

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Ma famille t’adore déjà is the first film as a director for Jérôme Commandeur.

Scene at the train station in La Rochelle in Ma famille t'adore déjà
Scene at the train station in La Rochelle in Ma famille t’adore déjà – Credit: Artémis Productions, HBB 26, Pathé and ARTEBIS Sprl
Scene at the train station in La Rochelle in Ma famille t'adore déjà
Scene at the train station in La Rochelle in Ma famille t’adore déjà – Credit: Artémis Productions, HBB 26, Pathé and ARTEBIS Sprl

La Rochelle Railway Station

La Rochelle railway station was opened in 1878 and is used by more than 2.2 million passengers per year.

At the end of the First World War, the La Rochelle railway station hosted the Middletown Car Company, an American train manufacturing company. 37,800 rail vehicles were assembled there before production was transferred to Aytré.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2022

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