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by Martha Fiennes


Chromophobia is a darkly comedic drama which relentlessly pulls its characters into situations which threaten their stable place in a society where privilege and birth are no longer powerful enough to protect the fortunate few, and where the American values of money, beauty and success have become the cornerstones of contemporary London life.

international title: Chromophobia
original title: Chromophobia
country: United Kingdom, France, United States
sales agent: Quinta Communications (FR)
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Martha Fiennes
film run: 140'
release date: FR 10/05/2006
screenplay: Martha Fiennes
cast: Ben Chaplin, Penélope Cruz, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Gomez, Ian Holm, Kristin Scott Thomas, Rhys Ifans, Damian Lewis
cinematography by: George Tiffin
film editing: Tracy Granger
art director: Tony Burrough
costumes designer: Michele Clapton
music: Magnus Fiennes
producer: Tarak Ben Ammar, Ron Rotholz
production: Quinta Communications, Isle of Man Film Commission (UK), Rotholz Pictures (USA)
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