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A Short film by Vladimir de Fontenay

Produced by Mact Productions

Production year : 2012

Actors (6)

Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Mact Productions

Foreign production company :

Talking Knots Films

Co-production :

Night ED Films

Film exports/foreign sales :

oriGine films


A girl, forced to prostitute herself on highway stations by her former boyfriend, tries to escape when she realizes that she is going to be separated from her son.

Photos (4)

Full credits (15)

Assistant Director :

Willy Friedman

Screenwriter :

Vladimir de Fontenay

Director of Photography :

Pepe Avila del Pino

Assistant Operator :

Zack Schamberg

Editor :

Vladimir de Fontenay

Continuity supervisor :

Sarah-Violet Bliss

Music Composer :

Victoria De La Vega

Sound Mixer :

Scott Hirsch

Line Producers :

Tati Barrantes, Colin Whitlow

Co-producer :

Étienne Dubaille

Sound recordist :

Katrina Whalen

Production Manager :

Sydney Buchan

Sound Editor :

Scott Hirsch

Production Designer :

Mimi Bai

Costume designer :

Kirsten Kopp

Technical details

Short film

Genres :


Sub-genre :

Psychological drama, Portrait

Themes :

Freedom, Motherhood, Marginality, Prostitution

Production language :


Coproducer countries :

France, United States

Original French-language productions :


Nationality :

Majority French (France, United States)

Production year :


Runtime :

13 min 14 seconds

Production formats :

Super 16

Color type :


Aspect ratio :


Audio format :

Dolby 5.1

Rating restrictions :


Posters (1)


Festival Selections (5)

Uppsala International Short Film Festival - 2013

Uppsala International Short Film Festival (Sweden, 2013)


International Competition

Montreal World Film Festival - 2013

Montreal World Film Festival (Canada, 2013)


Perspectives on World Cinema