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by Emmanuel Bourdieu


1948. Accused by the French law of having collaborated with the Nazis, Louis-Ferdinand Céline has gone into exile in Denmark with his wife, Lucette. Milton Hindus, a young Jewish American writer, who admires him and fervently supports Céline, joins him in the remote Danish countryside, with the intention of writing a book about their encounter. The confrontration between the two men will leave no one unscathed.

original title: Louis-Ferdinand Céline
country: France
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Emmanuel Bourdieu
release date: FR 9/03/2016
screenplay: Emmanuel Bourdieu, Marcia Romano
cast: Denis Lavant, Géraldine Pailhas, Philip Desmeules, Rick Hancke, Marijke Pinoy
cinematography by: Marie Spencer
film editing: Benoît Quinon
art director: Eugénie Collet, Florence Vercheval
costumes designer: Christophe Pidré, Florence Scholtes
music: Grégoire Hetzel
producer: Jacques Kirsner
co-producer: Christophe Louis, Adrian Politowski, Gilles Waterkeyn
production: Jem Productions, France 3 Cinéma, Orange Studio, Be-Films
distributor: Paradis Films
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