Le Grand Soir

A Short film by Stéphane Brisset

Produced by Les Films du Kiosque

Production year : 2001

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Actors (4)

Production and distribution

Associate production company :

Les Films du Kiosque

Synopsis

On May 10th, 1981, I had just become sixteen, I drived a 103 Peugeot, I occupied a place of centre-forward in the ASPTT of Saint-Philibert and I livened up a great broadcastemission of rock on a pirate radio. I thus cared nothing about Mitterrand and Giscard. My father, was fundamentally right winged and persuaded that the socialists were going to nationalize his chemist immediately if they came into power. Véronique, Pascal, my best buddy's sister, was three years older than me and she had eyes like those of the singer of the Pretenders. Besides, she militated in the Communist Youths. As I was still a virgin and she not, I decided, this day, to get interested in the politics.

Subject

Full credits (7)

Executive Producers :

François Kraus, Denis Pineau-Valencienne

Director of Photography :

Marc Tévanian

Editor :

Aïlo Auguste

Costume designer :

Cécile Magnan

Screenwriter :

Stéphane Brisset

Sound recordists :

Maxime Gavaudan, Didier Cattin, Alexis Place

Production Designer :

Muriel Gilabert

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Themes :

Love

Production language :

French

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2001

Runtime :

19 min

Visa number :

102.094

Visa issue date :

21/12/2001

Production formats :

Super 16

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

1.85

Audio format :

Dolby SR

Director

Festival Selections (3)

Awards