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by Matthieu Boivineau


Following his father’s death, Denis, an introverted man in his thirties, decides to track down one of his dad’s former travel companions. He travels across France by moped in order to reach the Vétisir valley, near the village of Tramzeygues in the Pyrenees. Confronted with the reality he is trying to escape from, taking refuge in his dreams and silence, he has to face up to people, the memory of his father and himself. Between two worlds, Denis has to emerge from his silence in order to move on.

original title: Denis
country: France
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Matthieu Boivineau
film run: 93'
release date: FR 07/10/2009
screenplay: Matthieu Boivineau
cast: Jacques Philippe
cinematography by: Yvain Bois, Maud Lemaistre
film editing: Matthieu Boivineau
music: Antoine Jannault, Norca
producer: Franck Llopis
production: Les Films à Fleur de Peau
distributor: Les Films à Fleur de Peau
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