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 Jean-Luc Persecuted

Jean-Luc Persecuted

A Short film by Emmanuel Laborie

Produced by Ferris & Brockman

Production year : 2010

    Synopsis

    Jean-Luc lives in the montain. He loves Christine, but Christine loves another man who lives in the woods.

    Actors (2)

    Production and distribution

    Executive Producer :

    Ferris & Brockman

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    Subject

    Adapted from Charles - Ferdinand Ramuz's novel written in 1928, Jean-Luc Persecuted is an action movie without word nor dialogue. Jean-Luc is a simple being, persecuted by the violence of life, eaten away by an unhappy love affair as by the disease of the body. The movie, shot in the majestic sets of the Pyrenean massifs, bitter, direct, violent as a passionate love, tells his fall.

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    Full credits (10)

    Executive Producer :

    Igor Wojtowicz

    Director of Photography :

    Florian Bouchet

    Sound assistant :

    Marie Mollier

    Editor :

    Thomas Marchand

    Music Composer :

    Arvo Pärt

    Screenwriter :

    Emmanuel Laborie

    Sound recordists :

    Didier Baulès, Philippe Grivel

    Production Manager :

    Ignazio Giovacchini

    Production Designer :

    Paul Fayard

    Special Effects :

    Frédéric Tribolet

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Psychological drama

    Production language :

    No dialogue

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    2010

    Runtime :

    45 min

    Visa number :

    128.417

    Visa issue date :

    10/10/2011

    Production formats :

    Canon 5D

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    16/9

    Audio format :

    Dolby

    Rating restrictions :

    None

    Posters (1)

    Director

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