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by Romy Trajman, Anais Straumann-Lévy


Romy, 23, investigates her parents’ divorce, with the help of a friend behind the camera. A liberating half-musical/half-documentary road- movie, between mental disorders, Shoah, terrible secrets and a fierce will to live.

international title: My Parents' Divorce
original title: Le Divorce de mes Marrants
country: Belgium, France
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Romy Trajman, Anais Straumann-Lévy
film run: 83'
screenplay: Romy Trajman, Anais Straumann-Lévy
cinematography by: Anais Straumann-Lévy
music: Romy Trajman, Alexandre de La Baume
producer: Annabella Nezri, Marie-Sophie Volkenner
co-producer: Romy Trajman, Anais Straumann-Lévy, Victor Shapiro, David Steiner
production: Kwassa Films, Panach Company (ex Daguerre Films), Parallell Cinéma, Sunset Junction (US)
backing: Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (BE), Sacem (FR)
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