Fanny looks on with her eyes brimming with tears while Marius looks at her. | From "Cinemondo: Fanny"

Fanny (Trailer)

"Fanny" is the second part of Marcel Pagnol’s classic trilogy following the loves and losses of a Marseille port community. Actor and director Daniel Auteuil ("The Well-Digger’s Daughter") has faithfully and beautifully recreated the grand emotions of this beloved text. Following the events in the first part, "Marius," Fanny (Victoire Bélézy) is abandoned and pregnant, and fearful for the future of her unborn child. To secure the baby’s future, she agrees to marry the wealthy merchant Panisse (Jean-Pierre Daroussin), who guarantees a comfortable, if loveless, future.

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