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by Vincent Lannoo


Nineteen-year-old Shawn battles everyone and everything to raise his nine-year-old sister Julie. Unexpectedly orphaned, without even having had the time cry, due to the consequences that the financial crisis has on real people like them, Shawn finds himself lost in an apathetic society in which the adults are weak, confused, threatening, vague and unable to be radical or caring. He quickly learns what it means to be an older brother and grow up too fast.

international title: Little Glory
original title: Little Glory
country: Belgium
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Vincent Lannoo
film run: 109'
screenplay: John Engel, François Verjans
cast: Cameron Bright, Isabella Blake-Thomas, Hannah Murray, Astrid Whettnall, Martin Swabey
cinematography by: Vincent van Gelder
film editing: Frédérique Broos
art director: Alina Santos
costumes designer: Brenda Shenher
producer: John Engel, Rhonda Baker, Adrian Politowski, Gilles Waterkeyn
production: Left Field Ventures, Umedia, RTBF - Radio Télévision Belge Francophone
backing: Wallimage/Bruxellimage

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