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THE BOOK OF EVE

by Claude Fournier

synopsis

When most people retire, they retreat to that idyllic cottage in the country and life starts to take a slower pace, but not for Eva. Her 65th birthday arrives along with her first pension cheque. She flees the safe cocoon and wealth of suburbia and heads for the uncertainty of the big city, figuring the only things in life you regret are the things you don't do.

international title: THE BOOK OF EVE
original title: THE BOOK OF EVE
country: United Kingdom, Canada
sales agent: Lion Gate Films International (CA)
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Claude Fournier
film run: 99'
screenplay: Claude Fournier, Terri Hawkes
cast: Claire Bloom, Daniel Lavoie, Susannah York, Julian Glover
cinematography by: Ivan Strasburg
film editing: Jean-Pierre Cereghetti
art director: Claude Tremblay
costumes designer: Andrée Morin
music: Carl David
producer: Marie Jose Raymond
production: The Rotunda Studios, The Book of Eve Production (CA)
distributor: Christal Films Distribution (CA)
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