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Video: Harry Cleven - director of Trouble

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Cleven presents an intense story based on fraternal relationships with unusual intensity

The director explains that he first started writing the script for Trouble [+see also:
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, because his was interested in twins and what happens to them. A thriller that wants to reach the spectators’ souls, by using their deepest fears. Harry Cleven is a storyteller, more interested in symbols than in likelihood, alternating warth and distress, tenderness and horror; he plays with his character's feelings and makes him, and the spectator feel what Trouble means. He believes that a film is a result of several stages, where each one of them is as necessary to the next as the previous one was to it.

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international title: Duplicity
original title: Trouble
country: Belgium, France
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2005
directed by: Harry Cleven
screenplay: Harry Cleven, Jérôme Salle, Isabelle Coudrier-Kleist, Sophie Hiet, Yann Le Nivet
cast: Benoît Magimel, Natacha Régnier, Olivier Gourmet, Nathan Lacroix
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