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The Night I Became a Doll

The Night I Became a Doll

A Short film by Alice Anderson

Produced by Paris-Brest Productions

Production year : 2009

    Synopsis

    A mother loses her son. To overcome her immense grief, she replaces him with a doll. Life continues and the mother pays more attention to the doll-son than to his sister, who is still very much a live. The little girl finds this situation difficult and, so as to be loved by her mother, decides to also become a doll.

    Actors (3)

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Paris-Brest Productions

    Co-production :

    Arte GEIE - Strasbourg

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    Full credits (12)

    Executive Producer :

    Olivier Bourbeillon

    Screenwriter :

    Alice Anderson

    Sound Recordist :

    Damien Mandouze

    Editors :

    Alice Anderson, Emmanuelle Pencalet

    Production Designer :

    Marcela Iriarte

    Costume designer :

    Céline Frécon

    Assistant director :

    Fanny Franssen

    Director of photography :

    Virginie Surdej

    Production manager :

    Karine Charasse

    Sound Editor :

    Damien Mandouze

    Music Composer :

    Anouchka Grose

    Sound Mixer :

    Elory Humez

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Experimental

    Sub-genre :

    Video art

    Themes :

    Family

    Production language :

    English

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    2009

    Runtime :

    10 min 31 seconds

    Visa number :

    121.870

    Visa issue date :

    12/01/2010

    Production formats :

    DVCPRO-HD

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    16/9

    Audio format :

    Stereo

    Rating restrictions :

    None

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