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VALLEY OF FLOWERS

by Pan Nalin

synopsis

Valley of Flowers is a Himalayan legend of a love struggling against the inevitability of death, a tale spanning from the early 19th century mountain existence, to hectic, bustling modern day Tokyo. Inspired from Alexandra David-Neel's Magie d'Amour et Magie Noire.

international title: Valley of Flowers
original title: Valley of Flowers
country: Germany, France, India
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Pan Nalin
film run: 100'
release date: FR 03/01/2007
screenplay: Pan Nalin
cast: Milind Soman, Mylène Jampanoi, Naseeruddin Shah, ERI, Jampa Kalsang, Anil Yadav
cinematography by: Michal Englert
film editing: Sylvie Gadmer
art director: Petra Barchi, Emma Pucci
costumes designer: Natascha De Betak
music: Cyril Morin
producer: Karl Baumgartner, Christoph Friedel, Claudia Steffen
production: Pandora Filmproduktion, Elzevir Films, TF1 Films Production, Filmcoopi (CH), TF1 International, Diaphana Distribution, France 2 Cinema, TPS Star (FR), Monsoon Films (New Delhi)
backing: Filmstiftung Nordrheln-Westfalen, Filmförderungsanstalt FFA, Centre National de la Cinématographie, Eurimages, i2i MEDIA Plus
distributor: Pandora Film Distribution, Filmcoopi (CH), Diaphana Distribution (FR)