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Let the Beast Rise

Let the Beast Rise

A Short film by Marthe Sébille

Produced by Dolce Vita Films

Production year : 2021


    After a bus accident in the middle of nowhere, Lupa decides to tag along with another passenger, Alban, who is determined to reach the nearest village on foot. Crossing through fields and rivers, they slowly go off-course in a strange forest.


    Actors (4)

    Production and distribution

    Executive Producer :

    Dolce Vita Films

    Photos (3)

    Full credits (19)

    Executive Producers :

    Marc Irmer, Claire Chassagne

    Sound Recordist :

    Olivier Vieillefond

    Director of photography :

    Éva Sehet

    Camera Operator :

    Paul de Gromard

    Editor :

    Jeanne Oberson

    Continuity supervisor :

    Pierre Cazeaux

    Music Composer :

    Maximilien Becq-Giraudon

    Costume designer :

    Caroline Di Paolo

    Grader :

    Gadiel Bendelac

    Sound Mixer :

    Maxime Roy

    Assistant Director :

    Stéphane Brosseau

    Screenwriter :

    Marthe Sébille

    Assistant Operator :

    Camille Ibanez

    Production manager :

    Isabelle Harnist

    Sound editor :

    Agathe Poche

    Production Designer :

    Loïc Cascarino

    Casting :

    François Rivière

    Special Effects :

    Frédéric Geoffroy

    Make-up Artist :

    Clémentine Pellissier de Feligonde

    Technical details

    Short film

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    Sub-genre :

    Bizarre, Fantasy, Drama

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    Original French-language productions :


    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

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    Runtime :

    24 min 55 seconds

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    Audio format :

    Dolby 5.1

    Rating restrictions :

    Suitable for all viewers, with warnings