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TROUBLE AT TIMPETILL

by Nicolas Bary

synopsis

Welcome to Timpelbach, an uneventful little village. Well, not entirely uneventful... For several weeks, the children have been playing more and more pranks and bad tricks. The victims are of course other children... but also and above all, the parents. At the end of their tether, the latter decide to leave the village for what they think is a day. But nothing happens as expected: on the way back, they’re taken prisoner by some soldiers. In Timpelbach, this news of a village without parents delights Oscar and his gang of thugs! But this isn’t the case for the few foolhardy ones who instead decide to side with Manfred and Marianne to retake control of the village.

international title: Trouble at Timpetill
original title: Les enfants de Timpelbach
country: France, Luxembourg, Belgium
sales agent: Pathé International
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Nicolas Bary
film run: 92'
release date: BE 17/12/2008, FR 17/12/2008
screenplay: Nicolas Bary, Nicolas Peufaillit, Fabrice Roger-Lacan
cast: Raphaël Katz, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léo Legrand, Gérard Depardieu, Carole Bouquet, Armelle, Baptiste Bétoulaud
cinematography by: Axel Cosnefroy
film editing: Véronique Lange
art director: Olivier Raoux
costumes designer: Patrick Lebreton
music: Jean-Michel Ferran
producer: Dimitri Rassam, Genevieve Lemal, Philippe Bony
production: Chapter 2, Onyx Films, LuxAnimation S.A., Scope Pictures (BE), M6 Films, Canal + (FR)
backing: Eurimages, Fonds National de Soutien à la Production Audiovisuelle du Luxembourg , Le Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral de Belgique
distributor: Pathé Distribution
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