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 My Dreams Are in Creole

My Dreams Are in Creole

A Short film by Guillaume Kondoki

Production year : 2017

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Actors (5)

Synopsis

Erika is a serious young woman living in the working-class neighborhood of La Rivière des Galets on Réunion Island. Despite her tertiary qualifications, she goes from one cash-in-hand job to another, never really feeling fulfilled. Her friend Ludo is quite the opposite, just taking life as it comes. One day at their local market, Erika witnesses an unlikely encounter between her friend and a girl from France called Sarah. As Ludo and Sarah get to know each other, Erika sets off to work in France, where her memories, dreams, and desires become infused with a Parisian melancholy.

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Full credits (14)

Assistant Director :

Oswald Lebon

Line Producer :

Guillaume Kondoki

Voice-over :

Florianne Vilpont

Sound Recordist :

Antoine Guilloux

Editor :

Guillaume Kondoki

Music Composer :

Samuel Melade

Make-up Artist :

Maryline Caparin

Producer :

Guillaume Kondoki

Screenwriter :

Guillaume Kondoki

Director of Photography :

Rayane Mrankodo

Camera Operator :

Rayane Mrankodo

Sound Editor :

Antoine Guilloux

Special Effects :

Guillaume Kondoki

Sound Mixer :

Antoine Guilloux

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Themes :

Unemployment, Minorities, Emigration

Production language :

Creole

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2017

Runtime :

15 min

Production formats :

Super 35

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

16/9

Audio format :

Stereo

Rating restrictions :

None

Posters (1)

Director