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AU LARGE DE BAD RAGAZ

by Christophe Marzal

synopsis

It’s a "lake-movie" set in Switzerland, following Alex, a temporary tour guide, and the visiting young Russian tourist, Sacha. But the trip doesn’t turn out to be very enjoyable as the pair end up being followed by the mafia and the police, forcing them to flee along the banks of various lakes, passing from one Canton to another.

original title: AU LARGE DE BAD RAGAZ
country: Switzerland, France
sales agent: Gémini Films
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Christophe Marzal
film run: 105'
screenplay: Christophe Marzal
cast: Mathieu Amalric, Julia Batinova, Jean-Luc Bideau, Maria Schneider, Mike Muller, Gilles Tschudi
cinematography by: Séverine Barde
film editing: Jeanetta Ionescu
art director: Monika Bregger
costumes designer: Tania D'Ambrogio
music: Eric Bakhch-Pour
producer: Patricia Plattner, Paulo Branco
production: Light Night Production, Gémini Films, RTS - Radio Télévision Suisse
distributor: Frenetic Films
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