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Y'a pire ailleurs / Could Be Worse

Y'a pire ailleurs / Could Be Worse

A Feature film by Jean-Henri Meunier

Produced by To Be Continued (TBC)

Release in France : 21/03/2012

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Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

To Be Continued (TBC)

French distribution :

Zootrope Films

Synopsis

In Najac, life is lived and felt, things created and everything transformed. It's 2001 and a drama from the other end of the world will touch all of humanity.

While a period of fear and bitterness has just begun, life in the country follows its course with simplicity, humor and humanity. October 2008, winter is knocking on the small Aveyron village's door. Mr. Sauzeau, a brilliant mechanic with a well-oiled heart, passes away. And with his death, a little of Najac's soul also fades.

The final part in the trilogy focusing on Najac, after La vie comme elle va and Najac à
vous la terre
.

Videos

08/12/2014

Y'a pire ailleurs / Could Be Worse

Trailer French

Photos (11)

Full credits (10)

Executive Producer :

Bernard Maltaverne

Screenwriter :

Jean-Henri Meunier

Sound Recordist :

Jean-Henri Meunier

Editors :

Yves Deschamps, Jean-Henri Meunier

Music Composer :

Bernardo Sandoval

Assistant director :

Méryl Estragnat

Director of Photography :

Jean-Henri Meunier

Press Attaché (film) :

Stanislas Baudry

Sound Editor :

Gabriel Mathé

Sound Mixer :

Gabriel Mathé

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Documentary

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Yes

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2011

French release :

21/03/2012

Runtime :

1 h 32 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

130.907

Visa issue date :

19/01/2012

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

HD-CAM

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

1.37

Rating restrictions :

None