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20 ANS D'ÉCART

by David Moreau II

synopsis

Alice Lantins is 38 years old. She's beautiful, ambitious, and her impeccable professional conscience makes her neglect her private life. In short, she has everything to become the next editor-in-chief of Rebelle magazine - everything except for her uptight image. But when the young and charming Balthazar, barely 20 years old, crosses Alice's path, her colleagues' attitude inexplicably changes. Realizing that the she holds the key to her promotion, Alice stages the comedy of an improbable idyll.

original title: 20 ans d'écart
country: France
sales agent: EuropaCorp
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: David Moreau II
film run: 92'
release date: BE 06/03/2013, FR 06/03/2013, IT 09/05/2013
screenplay: David Moreau II, Amro Hamzawi
cast: Virginie Efira, Pierre Niney, Gilles Cohen, Amélie Glenn, Charles Berling, Michaël Abiteboul, Camille Japy
cinematography by: Laurent Tangy
film editing: Cyril Besnard
art director: Jean Rabasse
costumes designer: Isabelle Pannetier
music: Guillaume Roussel
producer: Abel Nahmias
production: Echo Films, EuropaCorp, TF1 Films Production
distributor: EuropaCorp Distribution, Victory Productions, Good Films
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