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RED LIGHTS

by Cédric Kahn

synopsis

Antoine, an insurance clerk waits for his wife Hélène, a successful lawyer in a bar. Weary of their relationship he finishes three beers by the time she arrives. They're setting out for the South of France to pick up their children. Unfortunately, on the busiest day of the year. To calm his nerves, Antoine stops occasionally to drink. Hélène, having warned him several times, leaves. Dashing to the next station, he tries to meet her train but he's too late. Instead, he picks up a strange hitchhiker not knowing he may have crossed the path of his life.

international title: Red Lights
original title: Feux rouges
country: France
sales agent: Celluloid Dreams
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Cédric Kahn
release date: FR 03/03/2004, IT 06/05/2005
screenplay: Cédric Kahn, Gilles Marchand
cast: Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Carole Bouquet
cinematography by: Patrick Blossier
film editing: Yann Dedet
art director: François Abelanet
costumes designer: Elisabeth Tavernier
producer: Patrick Godeau
production: Alicéléo, France 3 Cinéma
distributor: Bac Films, BIM Distribuzione (IT)
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