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PARTICLES

by Blaise Harrison

synopsis

At the foot of the Jura Mountains, P.A., aged 17, and his gang of friends are in their last year at high school. 400 feet below ground, the Large Hadron Collider enables scientists to discover previously unknown particles. As the area slips into wintertime, P.A. starts to realize the world around him is on the move. He starts seeing things glow, abnormalities in the landscape, tiny alterations in a familiar ecosystem.

international title: Particles
original title: Les Particules
country: France, Switzerland
sales agent: Les Films du Losange
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Blaise Harrison
film run: 98'
release date: FR 5/06/2019
screenplay: Blaise Harrison, Mariette Désert
cast: Thomas Daloz, Néa Lueders, Salvatore Ferro, Léo Couilfort, Nicolas Marcant, Emma Josserand, Johana Untersinger, Thomas Jansson, Emma Daloz, Liam Gras
cinematography by: Colin Lévêque
film editing: Gwénola Héaulme
costumes designer: Isa Boucharlat
music: Elg
producer: Estelle Fialon
co-producer: Lionel Baier
executive producer: Estelle Fialon
production: Les Films du Poisson, Bande à Part Films
backing: Fondation Gan pour le Cinéma (FR), CNC (FR), région Centre (FR), MEDIA
distributor: Les Films du Losange
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