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LE VENTRE DE JULIETTE

by Martin Provost

synopsis

Juliette is too young to be pregnant and yet… She knows that she wants to keep this baby that she hears singing in her belly. Like the baby inside her, Juliette has nine months “to come into the world.” She has Mathias, who she loves but who is terribly afraid of being a father, her kleptomaniac mother’s tender madness and her older "model" sister’s hysteria to deal with… Not to mention her father, a man she has never known and who is reputed to have abandoned her at birth.

original title: Le ventre de Juliette
country: France, Spain, Luxembourg
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Martin Provost
film run: 90'
release date: FR 22/01/2003, LU 03/10/2003
screenplay: Martin Provost, Philippe Lasry, Marc Abdelnour
cast: Julie-Marie Parmentier, Tom Novembre, Stéphane Rideau, Carmen Maura
cinematography by: Jean-Claude Larrieu
music: Edith Baudrand
producer: Didier Boujard, François Marquis
production: Les Productions Bagheera, Enrique Cerezo P.C., Pedro Costa P.C. (ES)
distributor: Euripide Distribution, Samsa Film (LU)
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