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LETTERS TO MAX

by Eric Baudelaire

synopsis

A record of the epistolary encounter between French artist and filmmaker Eric Baudelaire and Maxim Gvinjia, former Foreign Minister of the breakaway Caucasian state of Abkhazia, Letters to Max is both a chronicle of a developing friendship and an ingenious, unusual essay film about the inherently speculative nature of nationhood.

original title: Letters to Max
country: France
sales agent: Poulet-Malassis
year: 2014
genre: documentary
directed by: Eric Baudelaire
film run: 103'
cinematography by: Eric Baudelaire
film editing: Eric Baudelaire, Laure Vermeersch
producer: Eric Baudelaire
production: Poulet-Malassis
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