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Les Yeux brouillés

Les Yeux brouillés

A Feature film by Rémi Lange

Produced by Magouric Productions

Release in France : 21/06/2000


    Antoine and Remi have been living together for more than three years. Remi films their life with the aid of a Super 8 camera. One day, he finds himself thinking: "there's no longer any desire between us…" Maybe he's inventing problems so as to turn his life into a real film… How can he make desire ignite from the ashes? By creating an obstacle? Finding a lover? And what if the camera becomes the obstacle in the new couple, between Remi and his new lover?

    Actors (6)

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Magouric Productions

    French distribution :

    Magouric Productions


    “Les Yeux brouillés,” like my first film, “Omelette,” is comprised of both real-life scenes and reconstructed, acted ones. It’s a film to be taken with irony – a few film critics though I was really the manipulative freak described in the film, that I was really doing some self-analysis. The film’s two-bit psychoanalysis and simplistic comments on movies are all deliberate, of course. It’s not me who’s really speaking – after all, John Wayne didn’t really kill those nasty Indians! Whereas this film is humorous, the next one will be even more so, I hope, a real comedy.

    Rémi Lange, Director

    Full credits (6)

    Executive Producer :

    Laurent Bénégui

    Directors of Photography :

    Rémi Lange, Antoine Parlebas

    Editors :

    Rémi Lange, Antoine Parlebas

    Screenwriters :

    Rémi Lange, Antoine Parlebas

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Chloé Lorenzi

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    Feature film

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    100% French (France)

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    1 h 25 min

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