Three Seats for the 26th 1988
The great Yves Montand plays the great Yves Montand, a legendary singer and performer, who has just arrived in Marseille where years ago he started his career in the city's night clubs. Now older and famous Montand is getting ready to stage a massive production in the city's beautiful Opera House that will tell his life story.

Montand is accompanied by the American actress Betty Miller (Catriona MacColl), who has been his mistress for years. He likes her, but the only woman he ever truly loved was Mylene Le Goff (Francoise Fabian), a beautiful barmaid he once met in Marseille. Between rehearsals he visits the club where Mylene used to work but quickly realizes that no one seems to remember her.

Meanwhile, in a nearby boutique the young and beautiful Marion (Mathilda May) and her two coworkers can't wait to see Montand singing. She fails to purchase tickets for his show but comes up with a brilliant plan.

Director: Jacques Demy
Cast: Yves Montand, Mathilda May, Patrick Fierry, Francoise Fabian, Jean-Claude Bouillaud, Antoine Bourseiller, Christophe Bourseiller, Geoffrey Carey, Sophie Castel
Country: France
Genre: Musical, Biography, Drama

BD50 | 1080p AVC | 01:42:56 | 33.8 Gb + 3% rec
Language: French
Subtitles: English, French

-- Dans les coulisses: le tournage de Trois places pour le 26 - in this new documentary, Rosalie Varda, executive producer Pierre Grunstein, actress Mathilda May (Marion), and cinematographer Jean Penzer discuss the production history of 3 Seats for the 26th. Also included are clips from archival interviews with director Jacques Demy and Yves Montand. The documentary was produced by Jerome Wybon for Pathe in 2013. In French, not subtitled. (35 min, 1080p).
-- Film annonce - original trailer for Jacques Demy's 3 Seats for the 26th. In French, not subtitled. (2 min, 1080p).