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What Time is It?

A Short film by Martine Amsili, Bastien Miquel

Produced by Litorne Productions

Production year : 2014

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Actors (4)

Production and distribution

Executive Producer :

Litorne Productions

Synopsis

A woman, Marie, is offered a magnificent watch by her friend Alain. A clumsy gesture, however, and the watch falls onto the ground and goes wrong. Annoyed, Marie visits a watchmaker who disturbs her even more. Furious, she slams the door. But the worst is yet to come for Marie and the dysfunctions of this watch are going to have incidences on her own life. When the watch will moves forward, her life will get carried away and everything will escape her. When it runs late, troubles of all kinds will catch up her.

Subject

Adapted from My Watch by Mark Twain.

Full credits (15)

Executive Producer :

Bastien Miquel

Line Producers :

Romain Balladur, Bastien Miquel

Voice-over :

Martine Amsili

Sound recordists :

Paul Le Bret, Philippe Henry

Camera operators :

Lucas Stoll, Emerson Lefrançois

Sound Editor :

Cyril Cole

Music Composer :

Jean-Pierre Stora

Make-up Artists :

Sess Boudebesse, Delphine Birarelli, Vesna Peborde

Assistant Director :

Jérôme Amsili

Screenwriter :

Bastien Miquel

Directors of Photography :

Françoise Noyon, François Quillard

Assistant Operator :

Jérôme Amouyal

Editor :

Aurélien Girelli

Continuity supervisors :

Léa Hibert, Pauline Pécheux

Visual effects :

Christophe De Martino

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Science fiction , Burlesque comedy

Themes :

The absurd, Accidents, Human nature

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2014

Runtime :

15 min

Visa number :

139.690

Production formats :

HD 4K

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

16/9

Audio format :

Dolby 5.1

Rating restrictions :

None

Directors (2)

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