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Coup de Torchon theatrical poster Directed by Bertrand Tavernier Produced by Henri Lassa Adolphe Viezzi Written by Novel: Jim Thompson Screenplay: Bertrand Tavernier Jean Aurenche Starring Philippe Noiret Isabelle Huppert Jean-Pierre Marielle Stéphane Audran Eddy Mitchell Music by Philippe Sarde Cinematography Pierre-Wiliam Glenn Editing by Armand Psenny Distributed by Parafrance Films (France) Biograph Int'l (US) Release date(s) 4 November 1981 (1981-11-04) (France) December 20, 1982 (US) Running time 128 minutes Country France Language French Coup de Torchon is a 1981 French film adaptation of Jim Thompson's 1964 novel Pop. 1280, directed by Bertrand Tavernier. The film follows the novel relatively faithfully, but changes its setting from a West Texas boom town to a small town in French West Africa. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Awards and honors 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // Plot Lucien Cordier (Philippe Noiret) is an ineffectual local constable with a cheating wife and laughable job. He accepts condescension from his superiors and his wife with good humor, as his antisocial personality allows him to tolerate such abuse. However, he soon realizes that he can use his position to gain vengeance with impunity, and he starts to kill everyone who has regarded him as a fool. After numerous trysts and murders, his pathology catches up with him in the film's climax. Cast Philippe Noiret as Lucien Cordier Isabelle Huppert as Rose Jean-Pierre Marielle as Le Peron and his brother            Stéphane Audran as Huguette Cordier Eddy Mitchell as Nono Guy Marchand as Marcel Chavasson Irène Skobline as Anne, the teacher Michel Beaune as Vanderbrouck Jean Champion as Priest Victor Garrivier as Mercaillou Gérard Hernandez as Leonelli Abdoulaye Diop as Fete Nat Daniel Langlet as Paulo François Perrot as Colonel Tramichel Raymond Hermantier as Blind man Mamadou Dioumé as Mamadou Samba Mané as Vendredi Awards and honors Academy Awards (USA) Nominated: Best Foreign Language Film César Awards (France) Nominated: Best Actor – Leading Role (Philippe Noiret) Nominated: Best Actor – Supporting Role (Jean-Pierre Marielle) Nominated: Best Actor – Supporting Role (Eddy Mitchell) Nominated: Best Actress – Leading Role (Isabelle Huppert) Nominated: Best Actress – Supporting Role (Stéphane Audran) Nominated: Best Director (Bertrand Tavernier Nominated: Best Editing (Armand Psenny) Nominated: Best Film Nominated: Best Production Design (Alexandre Trauner) Nominated: Best Writing (Jean Aurenche and Bertrand Tavernier) French Syndicate of Cinema Critics (France) Won: Best Film (tied with Garde à vue) See also Isabelle Huppert filmography References Notes This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) External links Coup de torchon at the Internet Movie Database Coup de Torchon at Allmovie Criterion Collection essay by Michael Dare v • d • e Films directed by Bertrand Tavernier 1960s Les Baisers (1963), segment 2 "Baiser de Judas" ("Kiss of Judas") · Pays d'octobre (1963) 1970s Let Joy Reign Supreme (1974) · The Clockmaker (1974) · The Judge and the Assassin (1976) · Spoiled Children (1977) 1980s A Week's Vacation (1980) · Death Watch (1980) · Coup de Torchon (1981) · Philippe Soupault (1982) · Philippe Soupault et le Surréalisme (1982) · Philippe Soupault, les images qu'ils aiment (1982) · A Sunday in the Country (1983) · Mississippi Blues (1983) · Round Midnight (1985) · La Passion Béatrice (1987) · Lyon, le regard intérieur (1988) · Life and Nothing But (1989) 1990s Daddy Nostalgie (1990) · Contre l'oubli (1991) · L.627 (1991) · La Fille de d'Artagnan · L'Appât (1995) · Capitaine Conan (1996) · Ça commence aujourd'hui (1998) · De l'autre côté du périph (with Nils Tavernier, 1998) 2000s Histoires de vies brisées : les double-peine de Lyon (with Nils Tavernier, 2001) · Safe Conduct (2001) · Holy Lola (2004) · In the Electric Mist (2008) 2010s The Princess of Montpensier (2010)