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by Charles Najman


Julien Schulman is a comedian. He's just lost his father, a Polish Jew who survived the concentration camps. Before dying, Julien's father had drawn up a will stipulating this his other son, Pierre, should be the one to spread his ashes over his homeland. The problem is, Pierre has been missing for two years. The family preference for Pierre opens a deep wound in Julien that gradually sheds light on an unspeakable secret, to be unveiled at the film's climax.

international title: Pitchipoï
original title: Pitchipoï
country: France
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Charles Najman
film run: 100'
release date: FR 04/02/2015
screenplay: Charles Najman
cast: Xavier Gallais, Laurent Lacotte, Denis Lavant, Sabrina Seyvecou, Jean-Louis Coulloc'h, Serge Merlin, Jacky Nercessian, Michèle Moretti, Jackie Berroyer, Sarah Grappin
cinematography by: Sylvain Verdet
film editing: Lise Beaulieu
art director: Bénédicte Walravens
music: Jean-François Pauvros
production: Sedna Films
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