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A Short film by Louda Ben Salah

Produced by Mon Voisin Productions, Les Idiots

Production year : 2017

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Actors (6)

Production and distribution

Executive Producers :

Mon Voisin Productions, Les Idiots

Synopsis

Amine is fifteen, a high school kid like any other. He has a girlfriend, Lou, and lives an ordinary life. One day, he has a bicycle accident, another one. This time, a young woman offers him a helping hand. She says his injured knee needs looking after, it's not a pretty sight. She lives nearby, so she takes him to her place. She's very relaxed with him, natural, sure of herself, happy in a world where everything seems so easy. He feels close to her, and finds her attractive. But is he attracted to her, or to this world that is so foreign to him? When he leaves, he notices that her apartment can be seen from the street, so he makes a plan to spy on her every day.

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Full credits (12)

Executive Producers :

Antoine Le Carpentier, Olivier Capelli, Marie Carrot

Screenwriters :

Louise Groult, Louda Ben Salah

Sound recordists :

Romain Poirier, Colin Favre-Bulle, Romain Bourdon

Editor :

Clémence Diard

Continuity supervisor :

Louise Groult

Music Composer :

Jean-Charles Bastion

Assistant directors :

Laura Fallot, Morgane Maurel

Director of Photography :

Laurent Rochette

Assistant Operator :

Thomas Dessogne

Sound Editor :

Romain Poirier

Production Designer :

Valentine Kervagoret

Sound Mixer :

Jean-Charles Bastion

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Portrait

Themes :

Adolescence, Love, Désir

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2017

Runtime :

28 min

Production formats :

HD

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

16/9

Audio format :

Stereo

Rating restrictions :

None