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DEAD EUROPE

by Tony Krawitz

synopsis

Α tense and moody mystery set on the turbulent streets of contemporary Europe. While taking his deceased father’s ashes from Australia to Greece, a young photographer named Isaac comes to learn that something sinister happened in his family’s past involving a young Jewish boy. Despite an effort to distract himself with a mix of random sex and drugs, Isaac’s world begins to unravel as he realizes that he cannot escape the ghosts of the past.

international title: Dead Europe
original title: Dead Europe
country: Australia, United Kingdom
sales agent: Wild Bunch
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Tony Krawitz
film run: 84'
screenplay: Louise Fox, based on the novel by Christos Tsiolkas
cinematography by: Germain McMicking
film editing: Alexandre De Franceschi, Scott Gray
art director: Renald Cotte Verdy
costumes designer: Emily Seresin
music: Jed Kurzel
producer: Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Liz Watts
production: See-Saw Films, Porchlight Films/Australia
distributor: Seven Films
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