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THE RED COLLAR

by Jean Becker

synopsis

In a small town, crushed by the heat of summer, in 1919, a war hero was held prisoner in a deserted barracks. In front of the door, his whipped dog barks day and night. Not far away, in the countryside, a young woman worn out by the work of the land, too educated to be a simple peasant, wait and hope. The judge who arrives to unravel this case is an aristocrat whose war has made the principles falter. Three characters and, in the middle of them, a dog, which holds the key of the drama. 

international title: The Red Collar
original title: Le Collier rouge
country: France
sales agent: FTD (France Télévisions Distribution)
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Jean Becker
film run: 83'
release date: FR 28/03/2018, BE 28/03/2018, PT 15/11/2018, ES 4/01/2019
screenplay: Jean Becker, Jean-Loup Dabadie
cast: François Cluzet, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Sophie Verbeeck, Surho Sugaipov, Gilles Vandeweerd, Frans Boyer, Jean-Quentin Châtelain
cinematography by: Yves Angelo
film editing: Franck Nakache
art director: Thérèse Ripaud
costumes designer: Mahémiti Deregnaucourt
music: Johan Hoogewijs
producer: Louis Becker, Claire Maillard
co-producer: Nadia Khamlichi, Adrian Politowski
production: Ice 3, KJB Production
distributor: Apollo Films Distribution, A Contracorriente Films, Outsider Films
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