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THE TOWN IS QUIET

by Robert Guédiguian

synopsis

The Town is Quiet depicts Marseilles as a city in crisis and utilizes a large cast of intersecting characters featuring Ariane Ascaride as a hard-bitten but compassionate fish market worker with a drug addicted daughter, and Gerard Maylan as a moody bartender with a shocking secret life

international title: The Town Is Quiet
original title: La Ville est tranquille
country: France
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Robert Guédiguian
release date: FR 17/01/2001, IT 02/02/2001, BE 11/04/2001, ES 25/05/2001, UK 19/10/2001, DK 11/04/2003, AT 15/08/2003, NO 12/12/2003
screenplay: Robert Guédiguian, Jean-Louis Milesi
cast: Ariane Ascaride, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Gérard Meylan, Jacques Boudet
cinematography by: Bernard Cavalié
film editing: Bernard Sasia
art director: Michel Vandestien
costumes designer: Catherine Keller
producer: Robert Guédiguian, Bruno Ghariani, Michel Saint-Jean, Gilles Sandoz
production: Agat Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo, Canal+, Diaphana
distributor: Mercure Distribution, Diaphana Films, Film Office (FR), New Yorker Films (US), Artkino Pictures (AG), Califórnia Home Vídeo (BR), Golem Distribución S.L. (SP), Istituto Luce (IT), Slovenska Kinoteka (SI)
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