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LIBERTÉ

by Albert Serra

synopsis

1774, a few years before the French Revolution, somewhere between Potsdam and Berlin... Madame de Dumeval, the Duke of Tesis and the Duke of Wand, libertines expelled from the Puritan court of Louis XVI, sought the support of the legendary Duke of Walchen, a seducer and free thinker from Germany, alone in a country where hypocrisy and false virtue reigned. Their mission: to export libertinage to Germany, a philosophy of enlightenment based on the rejection of morality and authority but also, and above all, to find a safe place to continue their misguided games.

original title: Liberté
country: France, Spain, Portugal, Germany
sales agent: Films Boutique
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Albert Serra
film run: 120'
screenplay: Albert Serra
cast: Lluís Serrat, Marc Susini, Theodora Marcadé, Helmut Berger, Alex Duttman, Xavier Perez, Baptiste Pinteaux, Laura Poulvet, Iliana Zabeth, Catalin Jugravu
cinematography by: Artur Tort
film editing: Ariadna Ribas, Albert Serra, Artur Tort
producer: Albert Serra
executive producer: Montse Triola
production: Idéale Audience, Andergraun Films, Rosa Filmes, Lupa Film GmbH
backing: Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg (DE)
distributor: Sophie Dulac Distribution
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