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SMALL CUTS

by Pascal Bonitzer

synopsis

Bruno, a journalist and communist, "midway upon the journey of our life," no longer really knows what he’s about. The tides of history are playing havoc with his convictions and he’s caught between Gaëlle, his wife, and Nathalie, his mistress.
Then his uncle, mayor of a small town in the Grenoble region, has trouble getting re-elected and requests his services. After losing his way, Bruno encounters Beatrice. Suddenly he is more lost than ever...

international title: Small Cuts
original title: Petites coupures
country: France
sales agent: Pyramide International
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Pascal Bonitzer
film run: 95'
release date: FR 12/02/03, CH 12/02/03, BE 19/03/03, FI 11/07/03, UK 29/08/03, GR 10/10/03
screenplay: Emmanuel Salinger
cast: Daniel Auteuil, Kristin Scott Thomas, Ludivine Sagnier, William Lubtchansky, Pascale Bussières, Jean Yanne, Catherine Mouchet
film editing: Suzanne Koch
art director: Pierre Wallon
costumes designer: Pascaline Chavanne
production: Axiom Films, Canal+
distributor: Rezo Films, Agora Films (CH), Paradiso Entertainment (BE), Cinema Mondo (FI), Artificial Eye (UK), Lady Film (IT), Prooptiki (GR)
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