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EVERYDAY OBJECTS

by Nicolas Wackerbarth

synopsis

On an overcast summer’s day, Merle arrives at her lover Romuald’s villa, jacket and luggage in hand, to find the doors are locked. He had invited her to visit him in the south of France but seems to have headed off somewhere. She thus has to come to some arrangement with his uncooperative children, help celebrate Emma’s 13th birthday and put up with Felix’s impudence, the 16-year-old son who sees her presence as a provocation. It doesn’t take long for the host’s absence to become barely noticeable.

international title: Everyday Objects
original title: Halbschatten
country: Germany, France
sales agent: Rendez-vous Pictures
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Nicolas Wackerbarth
film run: 80'
screenplay: Nicolas Wackerbarth
cast: Anne Ratte-Polle, Leonard Proxauf, Emma Bading, Nathalie Richard, Maren Kroymann
cinematography by: Reinhold Vorschneider
film editing: Janina Herhoffer
art director: Beatrice Schultz
costumes designer: Manfred Schneider
music: Olivier Mellano
producer: Titus Kreyenberg, Antoine Simkine
production: unafilm, Les Films d'Antoine
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