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THE COLOUR OF WORDS

by Philippe Blasband

synopsis

Marie, is a young woman suffering from dysphasia. Sometimes her mother tongue sounds like a foreign language to her. From one encounter to another, we measure the gap between Marie and the rest of the world, a gap that is very difficult to overcome. For in addition to her abnormality, which has caused her deep pain since childhood, other barriers are about to isolate her even more: unemployment, drinking too much and the fact that she is deprived of her own child. Yet behind her pride, aggressiveness and rejection of pity lies an enormous hunger for love.

international title: The Colour of Words
original title: La couleur des mots
country: Belgium
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Philippe Blasband
film run: 63'
release date: BE 22/03/2006, FR 17/01/2007
screenplay: Philippe Blasband
cast: Aylin Yay, Serge Larivière, Benoît Verhaert, Serge Dumoulin, Mathilde Larivière, Martine Willequet, Laurent Capelluto
cinematography by: Virginie Saint Martin, Nicolas Arnoult, Valentine Paulus, Olivier Rausin
film editing: Ewin Ryckaert
art director: Elisabeth Schnell
costumes designer: Elisabeth Schnell
music: Daan, Olivier Thomas, Studio Molière
producer: Philippe Blasband, Olivier Rausin
production: Climax Films, Studio Molière, Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel de la Communauté Française de Belgique
distributor: CQFD (FR)
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