Stillwater was filmed in France.
Rue des Bergers
Scene where Bill and Virginie are having an argument. Bill just wants to get his daughter out of prison. But Virginie thinks the man they spoke is not helpful because he is a racist.
Scene was shot The scene is filmed near the town square called Place Notre-Dame-du-Mont which is also the home of the Roman Catholic Church The Église Notre-Dame-du-Mont (which you can see in the back when the camera is on Mat Damon). That church was built in 1823-1824. A nice fact is that Frédéric Chopin played on the pipe organ inside the church, which is still there, In 1839.
GPS: ['43.2914009094238', '5.38476991653442']
Marseille Courthouse Square
Scene where Bill came al the way from the United States to help his daughter but is told by Leparq that there is time for hope and time for acceptance.
Scene was shot Marseille already had a courthouse when in 1856 it was decided to move it to Place Montoyn. It replaced an old palace called Pavilion Daviel. M. Auguste Martin was hired as the architect. The paleis was renovated in 2013 until 2015. In 1976 an underground car park was realized with 500 spaces. On top a large pond was created.
GPS: ['43.290699005127', '5.37538719177246']
Rue du Lacydon
Scene where Bill arrives in Marseille. He is looking for the truth.
Scene was shot In the foreground is the Old Port of Marseille, the natural harbour of the city and the most popular destination. In the back, on top of the hill is Notre-Dame de la Garde, the famous Catholic basilica in Marseille. They started building the church in 1852 and it lasted 21 years.
GPS: ['43.296947479248', '5.36868333816528']
Scene where Allison tells Bill what she truly feels.
Scene was shot Cap Croisette is the point which separates the harbour of Marseille from the Côte d'Azur.
GPS: ['43.2137908935547', '5.33925819396973']