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Malabar

Malabar

A Short film by Maximilian Badier-Rosenthal

Produced by Don Quichotte Films

Production year : 2020

Synopsis

At night as they return home to the suburbs, Mourad and Harrison accidentally bump into Marcel, an old man of Vietnamese origin.

Videos

22/12/2021

Malabar

Trailer

Actors (3)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

Don Quichotte Films

Film exports/foreign sales :

L'Agence du court métrage

About

Maximilian Badier-Rosenthal had actor Hiep Tran Nghia in mind for his second short film, Malabar. This film, made over five nights, seduces with its humor and humanity, and envelops the viewer with its urban atmosphere. The movie embodies the generosity of its inhabitants.

Photos (5)

Full credits (16)

Executive Producer :

Yannick Beauquis

Associate Producer :

Quentin Brayer

Screenwriter :

Maximilian Badier-Rosenthal

Assistant Operators :

Zoï Bota, Milena Tessereau

Editor :

Baptiste Ribrault

Continuity supervisor :

Esther Jacopin

Casting :

Alice Dautcourt

Make-up Artist :

Fabiola Bounegnavath

Assistant directors :

Caroline Ronzon, Nina Boussad

Sound Recordist :

Étienne Leplumey

Director of Photography :

Mathieu Gaudet

Production Manager :

Geoffrey Zanette

Sound Editor :

Étienne Leplumey

Production Designer :

Moïra Charles

Costume designer :

Marta Rossi

Sound Mixer :

Clément Maléo

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Comedy, Drama

Themes :

Encounters, Minorities, Accidents

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unspecified

Nationality :

100% French (France)

Production year :

2020

Runtime :

22 min 57 seconds

Visa number :

152.662

Visa issue date :

04/09/2020

Production formats :

HD

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

2.39

Audio format :

Digital 5.1

Rating restrictions :

None