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by Mikael Buch


Everybody knows that Ruben is Jewish, homosexual, half-Finnish, half-French, a postman, wayward son, rude brother, lousy lover, dubious killer, and thief despite himself... And yet Ruben is incapable of knowing who he is. At a major turning point in his life, when the Red Sea waves part before him, Ruben hesitates: must he follow his people or his heart?

original title: Let My People Go !
country: France
sales agent: Les Films du Losange
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Mikael Buch
film run: 88'
release date: FR 28/12/2011
screenplay: Mikael Buch, Christophe Honoré
cast: Nicolas Maury, Carmen Maura, Jean-François Stévenin, Amira Casar, Clément Sibony, Jarkko Niemi, Charlie Dupont, Jean-Christophe Bouvet
cinematography by: Céline Bozon
art director: Gwendal Bescond
costumes designer: Anaïs Romand
music: Éric Neveux
producer: Philippe Martin, Géraldine Michelot
production: Les Films Pelléas, France 3 Cinéma, Jouror Productions
distributor: Les Films du Losange
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