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And Then, Violence

And Then, Violence

A Short film by Jordan Goldnadel

Produced by The Third Generation

Production year : 2015

Synopsis

Rebecca studies law in Paris. She is French, Jewish, and believes, above all else, in secularity. After the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris and in a climate of a fresh outbreak of latent antisemitism that disrupts her daily life, Rebecca goes through an identity crisis. Has she become a target in this country that she loves so much?

Actors (11)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

The Third Generation

Film exports/foreign sales :

Seventh Art Releasing

Full credits (18)

Executive Producer :

Jordan Goldnadel

Line Producer :

Jordan Goldnadel

Director of Photography :

Jean Sotelo

Assistant Operator :

Franklin Burger

Production managers :

Boran Yavuzes, Astrid Bordeloup-Hauschild

Continuity supervisor :

Charlotte Karas

Production designer :

Marie Morsillo

Special Effects :

Yaov Raz

Make-up Artist :

Lola Gautier

Assistant director :

Baladine Ardant Conversi

Screenwriters :

Florence Chouraqui Suissa, Jordan Goldnadel

Sound Recordist :

Alban Lejeune

Camera Operator :

Jean Sotelo

Editors :

Jordan Goldnadel, Marsha Bramwell

Music Composer :

Amit Poznansky

Costume designer :

Nathalie Aquino

Visual effects :

Yaov Raz

Sound Mixer :

Nin Hazan

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Psychological drama, Research - Experimental

Themes :

Identity, Freedom, Violence

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2015

Runtime :

15 min 10 seconds

Visa number :

143.200

Visa issue date :

20/11/2015

Production formats :

HD 4K

Color type :

Color and Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.85

Audio format :

Stereo

Rating restrictions :

None