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Benoît Magimel protagonizará Dune Dreams de Samuel Doux

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- Igor van Dessel, Johannes Kuhknke, Agata Buzek, Mercedes Cabral y Madj Mastoura también figuran en el reparto de la cinta, producida por Avenue B y Vito Films

Benoît Magimel protagonizará Dune Dreams de Samuel Doux
El actor Benoît Magimel

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Following a short shoot in Dubai in December, the rest of Dune DreamsSamuel Doux’s first feature film – will be filmed from 7 to 12 January in Belgium (in Liège) before moving to the Ile-de-France region. This fantasy psychological drama boasts an international cast, including the French actor Benoît Magimel (winner of an Acting Award at Cannes in 2001 for The Piano Teacher, a César Award in 2016 for Best Supporting Actor for Standing Tall [+lee también:
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, recently appreciated in Memoir of War [+lee también:
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and Carbon [+lee también:
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, and due to hit the big screen next year in Nous finirons ensemble and Blanche comme Neige), the young Belgian actor Igor van Dessel (The Royal Exchange [+lee también:
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), the Swede Johannes Kuhnke (nominated for a Guldbagge Award in 2015 for Best Actor for Force Majeure [+lee también:
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, also appreciated in A Balkan Noir [+lee también:
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and in the TV series Real Humans and The Rain), the Polish actress Agata Buzek (Aigle Award in 2010 for Best Actress for The Reverse [+lee también:
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, nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Award in 2017 for Agnus Dei [+lee también:
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and also recently appreciated in Pearl [+lee también:
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and High Life [+lee también:
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), the Filipino actor Mercedes Cabral (a recurring figure in Brillante Mendoza's films) and the Tunisian actor Madj Mastoura (winner of the Silver Bear for Best Actor at Berlin in 2016 for Hedi [+lee también:
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Directed by Samuel Doux (who co-wrote The Prayer [+lee también:
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and Happy Birthday [+lee también:
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by Cédric Kahn) and Camille Lugan, in collaboration with Fanny Burdino, the plot focuses on Simon who, following the death of his wife, moves to Dubai with his son Camille (Igor Van Dessel) in an attempt to overcome their grief. In this extraordinary city at the end of the world, Camille is able to forget, let go and gradually build a new life for himself. But it's not so easy for Simon. He discovers a disturbing presence at home, an impassive double figure, lurking in the shadows. His anguish builds and thinks he's going crazy, slowly sinking into the quicksand of his own life... But he’s not the only one suffering from a similar threat in Dubai, it appears to be haunting anyone and everyone who resists and refuses to make a clean break from the past...

Produced by Caroline Bonmarchand for Avenue B Productions and by Isaac Sharry for Vito Films, Dune Dreams was co-produced by the Belgian outfit Frakas Productions. Pre-purchased by OCS (which has also acquired French distribution rights and international sales) and Ciné+, the feature also received an advance on earnings from the CNC.

For the record, Avenue B Productions will be releasing School's Out [+lee también:
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by Sébastien Marnier in French theatres on 9 January (discovered at Venice in the Sconfini section) after releasing Head Above Water [+lee también:
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by Margaux Bonhomme in early December (awarded at Tallin) and Virgins [+lee también:
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by Keren Ben Rafel last July (Best Actress Award at Tribeca). The Parisian company is also associated with Vito Films on Énorme by Sophie Letourneur, a film starring Marina Foïs and currently in post-production.

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