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Honour your Father

Honour your Father

A Feature film by Jacob Berger

Produced by GMT Productions

Release in France : 13/11/2002


    Léo Shepherd, a famous writer, heads off across Europe's highways on his motorbike. His final destination is Stockholm, where he is to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. His son, Paul, comes to meet him along the way. The young man, not much in his father's favor, wants to offer his congratulations but Léo rebuffs him. Paul then follows Léo and kidnaps him. Somewhere between the Alps and the Baltic, father and son violently confront each other. They give into anger and then let it all out: their fears, memories, rage. And when Virginia, Paul's sister, finally tracks them down it will be too late. Too late for everything to be like it was before.

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    Executive Producer :

    Jean-Pierre Guérin

    Foreign producers :

    Ruth Waldburger, Jonathan Vanger

    Director of Photography :

    Pascal Marti

    Production Manager :

    Thierry Bettas-Bégalin

    Editor :

    Cathy Chamorey

    Music Composer :

    Jean-Claude Petit

    Costume designer :

    Key Devanthey

    Screenwriter :

    Jacob Berger

    Co-producers :

    Gérard Depardieu, Claude Léger

    Sound Recordist :

    Jean-Paul Mugel

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Claude Davy

    Production Designer :

    Ivan Niclass

    Casting :

    Nicolas Ronchi

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    Feature film

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    France, Switzerland, Great Britain

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    Majority French (France, Switzerland, Great Britain)

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    1 h 40 min

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    Dolby SRD