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THE STONE RAFT

by George Sluizer

synopsis

One day, following an earthquake not registered by a single seismograph, a massive crack suddenly appears in the earth's crust along the border between Spain and France. The Iberian Peninsula is set adrift and, having been borne hither and thither on the Atlantic Ocean, embarks on an unshakeable westward course, floating like a gigantic stone raft. All that is left behind is Gibraltar, perched lonely on its rock.

international title: The Stone Raft
original title: Het Stenen vlot
country: Netherlands, Spain, Portugal
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: George Sluizer
film run: 92'
release date: NL 19/09/2002, PT 11/10/2002, ES 23/05/2003
screenplay: Yvette Biro
cast: Federico Luppi, Gabino Diego, Diogo Infante, Icíar Bollaín, Ana Padrão
cinematography by: Goert Giltaij
film editing: Jan Dop
art director: Felix Murcia
costumes designer: Jany Temime
music: Henry Vrienten
producer: Anne Lordon
production: MGS Film Amsterdam, Sogecine & Sogepaq (ifta), Lusomundo Audiovisuais
distributor: C-Films, Lusomundo (PT), Warner Sogefilms (ES)