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by Eric Heumann


In the south of Tunisa, Anne Frendo, a dreamy young girl prone to premonitions, lives alone with her father on the family plantation of Besseriani. It’s 1943, and the daily Allied advance obliges the Axis forces to retreat. While out walking one day on the deserted Besseriani beach, Anne discovers the body of a dead French soldier. Parachuted in to do reconnaisance work, the soldier had injured himself on falling and then walked until his strength gave out. Anne sets out on a voyage into the past, hoping to turn back the hands of time.

original title: Les Amants du Nil
country: France, Germany
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Eric Heumann
film run: 90'
release date: FR 16/01/2002, IT 23/08/2002
screenplay: Eric Heumann, François-Olivier Rousseau, Jacques Lebas
cast: Eric Caravaca, Christophe Odent, Emma de Caunes, Bernadette Lafont, Jacques Nolot, Murray Head, Lyèce Boukhitine, Arié Elmaleh
cinematography by: Yorgos Arvanitis
film editing: Martine Barraqué
art director: Thierry Leprouste
costumes designer: Carine Sarfati
music: Hubert Mougis
producer: Marc Sillam
production: Paradis Films, Pandora Filmproduktion, Le Studio Canal, Orly Films (FR)
backing: Centre National du Cinéma et de l’image animée (CNC)
distributor: Océan Films, Istituto Luce (IT)
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