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by Yves Jeulandde, Pascale Sauvage


June 1999. Paris’ City Hall glimmers with a thousand lights. The mayoral candidates are impatient to go to battle. Betrayal, jealousy, threats, doubts, theatrical flourishes are all part of the deal and punctuate the campaign. So real you think it’s fiction. As for the dialog, it’s merciless. Tongues let loose with killer remarks and end-of-dinner squabbles. The camera, which keeps out of the limelight, is everywhere: at dinners, press conferences, late meetings, on café terraces…

original title: PARIS À TOUT PRIX
country: France
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Yves Jeulandde, Pascale Sauvage
film run: 135'
release date: FR 27/06/2001
cinematography by: Jérôme Mignard, Frédéric Vassort, Christophe Petit, Yves Jeuland
film editing: Sylvie Bourget, Dominique Barbier
production: Compagnie des Phares et Balises, Canal+
distributor: Compagnie des Phares et Balises
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