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Haram

Haram

A Short film by Benoît Martin

Produced by Année Zéro

Production year : 2010

Synopsis

Leila is Moroccan, Mathieu is French. They live together since two years. Leila being recently in an irregular situation, they made the decision to get married. The marriage approaches and they only miss one more document: the certificate of Leila's celibacy which will be delivered to them only if the young woman marries a Muslim. No choice, Mathieu has to be converted to Islam.

Actors (3)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

Année Zéro

Film exports/foreign sales :

L'Agence du court métrage

TV Broadcasts: Cumulative total

TV broadcasts: details by country

Photos (10)

Full credits (11)

Executive Producer :

Stéphane Demoustier

Screenwriter :

Benoît Martin

Sound Recordist :

Vincent Rouffiac

Editors :

Benoît Martin, Nadine Verdier, Ugo Vouaux-Massel

Production Designer :

Jean-François Sturm

Sound Mixer :

Frédéric Théry

Assistant Director :

Yannick Karcher

Director of Photography :

Benoît Rambourg

Production managers :

Maya Haffar, Jonathan Schall

Sound Editor :

Vincent Rouffiac

Music Composer :

Lars Stigler

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Themes :

Love, Religion

Production language :

French, Arabic

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2010

Runtime :

11 min

Visa number :

126.633

Visa issue date :

19/04/2011

Production formats :

HD 4K

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

1.85

Audio format :

Dolby SR

Rating restrictions :

None

Director

Festival Selections (2)

Curtacinema - 2011

Curtacinema (Brazil, 2011)

Selection

Out of Competition

Namur International French-Language Film Festival - 2011

Namur International French-Language Film Festival (Belgium, 2011)

Selection (2)

Opening Gala

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