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DES ENFANTS QUI S'AIMENT

by Gilles Volta

synopsis

Family holidays in the mountains. Eliane, a young nine-year old girl is as free as a bird in a cage. She tries to escape the authoritarianism of her mother who exerces on her and her other children an evil authoritarianism. Half-deaf, Eliane uses her handicap to protect herself from the adults who surround her. Despite the injures and traum, she is confronted by her own emprisonment and seeks liberty in big spaces.

original title: Des Enfants qui s'aiment
country: France
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Gilles Volta
film run: 77'
release date: FR 16/11/2005
screenplay: Zaïda Ghorad-Volta
cast: Elbera Volta, Marie Balmelle, Félicie Roger
cinematography by: Ali Lakrouf
film editing: Claudio Martinez
art director: Philippe Jacob
costumes designer: Fabienne Desfleches
producer: Gilles Sandoz
production: Maïa Cinéma, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Cinéma, Daventures (FR)
distributor: Epicentre Films
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