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Lila & Valentin

Lila & Valentin

A Short film by Adrien Lhommedieu

Produced by Les Productions au Clair de Lune

Production year : 2014

Synopsis

Lila is plunged into a deep coma further to a serious car accident. Valentin only has one solution to save her: connecting to her spirit thanks to a fragile scientific method, accompanied by a medical team which for the first time tests this experiment. The world of thought is deconstructed and emaciated. As in a labyrinth, Valentin has to find the consciousness of Lila, hidden in her memories her fears and her traumas.

Actors (8)

Production and distribution (2)

Co-production :

Pictanovo

Photos (2)

Full credits (17)

Executive Producer :

Pierre-Antoine Carpentier

Line Producer :

Pierre-Antoine Carpentier

Director of Photography :

Stéphane Degnieau

Assistant Operators :

Jean-Baptiste Delahaye, Bastien Rebena

Editors :

Alexandre Dinaut, Damien Finucci

Continuity supervisors :

Anne-Sandrine Lépine, Alice Lopez

Music Composer :

Pascal Lengagne

Costume designer :

Julie Leclerc

Sound Mixer :

Simon Lebel

Assistant Director :

Philippe Buchet

Screenwriter :

Adrien Lhommedieu

Sound Recordist :

Simon Lebel

Production Manager :

Pierre-Antoine Carpentier

Sound Editor :

Simon Lebel

Production Designer :

Pierre Vanrietvelde

Foley artist :

Bastien Benkhelil

Special Effects :

Aurélien Binauld, Camille Verhaeghe

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Fantasy, Romantic comedy

Themes :

Memories, Dreams, Love

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2014

Runtime :

18 min 30 seconds

Visa number :

139.113

Visa issue date :

09/03/2015

Production formats :

HD 4K

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

1.85

Audio format :

Dolby 5.1

Rating restrictions :

None