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Gipsy

Gipsy

A Feature film by Tony Gatlif

Produced by Babylone Films

Release in France : 02/11/1983

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Actors (21)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producer :

Babylone Films

French distributors :

Soprofilms, Acteurs Auteurs Associés (AAA)

Film exports/foreign sales :

Artedis

TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

TV broadcasts: details by country

Synopsis

Nara (Gerard Darmon) is a morose, intransigent gypsy who has thrown his wife out of the house because a social worker talked her into using birth control pills. Now he lives with his 80-year-old mother (Muse Dalbray) and young daughter, and both provide a balance for Nara's violent behavior and illegal activities (he steals on the side to make extra money). Eventually, the trio are evicted from their lower-income housing, and the wife -- who has been nearby watching her former home hoping to see her daughter -- follows them into an uncertain future.

Full credits (9)

Executive Producers :

Romaine Legargeant, Ken Legargeant

Screenwriter :

Tony Gatlif

Sound Recordist :

Bernard Ortion

Assistant editor :

Hélène Ducret

Foley artist :

Jonathan Liebling

Assistant Director :

Étienne Mery

Director of Photography :

Jacques Loiseleux

Editors :

Dominique Galliéni, Claudine Bouché

Production Designer :

Denis Champenois

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Themes :

Wandering

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

1983

French release :

02/11/1983

Runtime :

1 h 40 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

54880

Visa issue date :

27/09/1983

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Posters (1)

Director

Festival Selections

Montreal World Film Festival - 1997

Montreal World Film Festival (Canada, 1997)

Selection

Other Awards