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THERE WAS A LITTLE SHIP

by Marion Hänsel

synopsis

A woman, hospitalized for a relatively long period, observes what surrounds her. She has time to dream, to revisit certain moments of her life. These memories, like small bubbles begin with her birth in Marseille in 1949 and bring us to Antwerp, Paris, New York, England… to end in Flanders in 2015, after she gets out of the hospital. There Was A Little Ship is a filmic-biographical essay, sincere and poetic.

international title: There Was a Little Ship
original title: Il était un petit navire
country: Belgium
sales agent: The Party Film Sales
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Marion Hänsel
film run: 65'
screenplay: Marion Hänsel
cinematography by: Antoine-Marie Meert
film editing: Michèle Hubinon
music: René-Marc Bini
producer: Marion Hänsel
production: Man's Films Productions
backing: Wallimage (BE)
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