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 I Take Your Pain - © Cactus Prod

I Take Your Pain

A Feature film by Anne Consigny

Produced by No School Productions, Cactus Prod

Release in France : 30/10/2019

    Synopsis

    In 2014, Anne Consigny rented out a room in her Parisian apartment.
    Two Armenian women – a mother and her daughter – moved in.
    26-year-old Narine is magnificent. She suffers from cancer. She has come to Paris to be treated. Consigny will stay alongside them for five months. She will make their battle her own, during recovery and then during the descent into hell.
    Narine died in Paris on November 4, 2014.
    Between Paris and Erevan, Anne Consigny wanted to retrace the story of these two women, and of the intense bond of two "sisters," even though they don't share the same language or even the same culture.
    Beyond the story of this young woman who dies without having lived and of a mother's love, it is a film about commitment, about elective affinities that bring together people who have nothing whatsoever in common, about the bonds of the heart that are sometimes stronger than blood ties, about sacrifice and solidarity, and about dignity. 

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producers :

    No School Productions, Cactus Prod

    French distribution :

    Saint-André des Arts

    Photos (3)

    Full credits

    Screenwriter :

    Anne Consigny

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Documentary

    Themes :

    Illness

    Production language :

    French

    Production country :

    France (100.0%)

    Original French-language productions :

    Unspecified

    Production year :

    2019

    French release :

    30/10/2019

    Runtime :

    1 h 6 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    148.296

    Approval :

    Color type :

    Color