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by Martin Provost


Rose, a woman in her fifties, has been beaten by her husband for years. Then one day she decides it has to change, even if it means becoming an outlaw: she’s going to eliminate her husband. Thinking she has erased all trace of his murder, she ups and leaves to join her son Thomas, who lives in Brussels. While Rose hopes to find some comfort and understanding in Thomas, he pushes her away. It is Madame Talbot, a widow she meets when on the run, who gives Rose the care and attention that she’s never before had. Together, they try to elude the irreparable past. But for how long?

international title: The Long Falling
original title: Où va la nuit ?
country: Belgium, France
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Martin Provost
film run: 105'
release date: FR 04/05/2011, BE 01/06/2011
screenplay: Martin Provost, Marc Abdelnour
cast: Yolande Moreau, Pierre Moure, Edith Scob, Jan Hammenecker, Laurent Capelluto
cinematography by: Agnès Godard
film editing: Ludo Troch
art director: Catherine Jarrier-Prieur, Loïc Chavanon
costumes designer: Anne Fournier
music: Hugues Tabar-Nouval
producer: Julie Salvador, Christophe Jeauffroy
production: Artémis Productions, F Comme Film, RTBF - Radio Télévision Belge Francophone, Christmas in July
distributor: Diaphana Distribution, Cinéart
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