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by Marceline Loridan-Ivens


Myriam, a survivor of the concentration camp at Auschwitz, is a filmmaker and journalist who has spent many years living abroad. She takes part in a memorial event at the town hall in Paris commemorating the liberation of the camp, where she wins a flight to Cracow. At first she refuses to accept the prize, then decides to go.

international title: The Birch-Tree Meadow
original title: La petite prairie aux bouleaux
country: France, Germany, Poland
sales agent: StudioCanal
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Marceline Loridan-Ivens
film run: 90'
release date: FR 12/11/2003, DE 15/04/2004, BE 16/06/2004
screenplay: Marceline Loridan-Ivens, Jean-Pierre Sergent, Elisabeth D. Prasetyo
cast: Anouk Aimée, August Diehl, Marilu Marini, Claire Maurier, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Monique Couturier
cinematography by: Emmanuel Machuel
film editing: Catherine Quesemand
art director: Dorota Ignaczak, Chouchane Tcherpachian
costumes designer: Malgorzata Gwiazdecka
producer: Bénédicte Lesage, Ariel Askenazi, Alain Sarde
production: Mascaret Films, Ciné Valse, P'Artisan Filmproduktion
distributor: Mars Films Distribution
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