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THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE

by Clara van Gool

synopsis

Based on the novella by Henry James Beast in the Jungle depicts the enigmatic love story of John Marcher and May Bartram. Their duet around an omnious secret is captured in a style both physical and poetic. Set in a remote countryside mansion the story stretches over a century, spiraling from the Jamesian late 19th century to the global present.

international title: The Beast in the Jungle
original title: The Beast in the Jungle
country: Netherlands, Luxembourg
sales agent: Picture Tree International
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Clara van Gool
film run: 85'
release date: NL 14/03/2019
screenplay: Glyn Maxwell, Clara van Gool
cast: Sarah Reynolds, Dane Jeremy Hurst, Claire Johnston, Larisa Faber, Sam Louwyck, Sylvia Camarda, Elisabet Johannesdottir, Julian Nest, Christian Bronchart, Tommy Schlesser, Joe Gales
cinematography by: Richard Van Oosterhout
film editing: Stefan Kamp
art director: Rosie Stapel, Diana van de Vossenberg
costumes designer: Sophie Van den Keybus
music: Jeannot Sanavia
producer: Hans De Wolf, Hanneke Niens
co-producer: Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu, Bady Minck
executive producer: André Fetzer
line producer: Marianne van Hardeveld
production: KeyFilm, Amour Fou Luxembourg
backing: Netherlands Film Fund (NL), Film Fund Luxembourg (LU), Netherlands Film Production Incentive (NL), Eurimages
distributor: September Film Distribution
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