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CANNES 2011 Market / France

Reel Suspects clocks up real sales

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France’s Reel Suspects has notched up a number of sales at the Cannes Market, where it is based at the MEDIA stand.

Laurent Bouhnik’s erotic French film Q has sold to Italy (Ripley's Film) and Germany and Austria (Donau Film). These follow sales already agreed with South Korea, Japan, Israel, Russia and CIS. Reel Suspects also reports the sale of Q to France, unsigned at press time.

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Maartje Seyferth and Victor Nieuwenhuijs’ erotic Dutch film Meat [+see also:
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has also gone to Ripley’s Film for Italy and Donau Film for Germany and Austria. South Korea’s JNCG and Japan’s Twin have also taken the film.

Belgian drama 22nd of May [+see also:
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by Koen Mortier (Ex Drummer [+see also:
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) has gone to Germany and Austria with Donau film, and Saulius Drunga’s drama Anarchy in Zirmunai (Lithuania), premiering at the Moscow Film Festival, has gone to the UK with Peccadillo and to France with Optimale.

Marc Allégret’s School For Love (also known as Sweet Sixteen), the vintage Brigitte Bardot movie recently restored, has sold to Italy (Ripley’s Film), with other deals pending at press time.

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