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L'HOMME QUI MARCHE

by Aurélia Georges

synopsis

Paris, in the mid-70s. A photographer meets an emaciated, tenebrous man called Viktor Atemian. The two become friends and invent dadaist games. Atemian starts writing incessantly. Following the publication of his short story “Fils de chien”, suddenly, with no explanation, he winds up his thriving Russian translation agency and sells his luxury apartment to some Americans. Times and the city change... His money starts running out... This is the tale of an improvised author who rises to the heights of success before crossing the desert and ending in the street.

original title: L'homme qui marche
country: France
sales agent: Rendez-vous Pictures
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Aurélia Georges
film run: 82'
screenplay: Aurélia Georges, Elodie Monlibert
cast: César Sarachu, John Arnold, Judith Henry, Mireille Perrier, Florence Loiret-Caille
cinematography by: Hélène Louvart
film editing: Jean-Christophe Hym
music: Arnaud Salle
producer: Cédric Walter
production: Château-Rouge Production, Procirep, Région Centre Val-de-Loire
distributor: Shellac Distribution
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