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FISHLOVE

by Olivier Babinet

synopsis

The sea has become infested with jellyfish since fish can no longer reproduce. Daniel, a biologist charged with unravelling this mystery, is obsessed with becoming a father. Statistically he has only 1 chance in 6,233.33 of meeting a woman likely to share his dream. Lucie, a young woman with a sharp sense of humor, relieves her constant melancholy with a passion for the subtle language of piranhas. When Daniel fixes a date with Lucie through a dating app, he comes across a strange fish caught in a net – a fish named Nietzsche – and circumstances finally become favorable for him to find what he has been truly lacking: love.

international title: Fishlove
original title: Poissonsexe
country: France
sales agent: Indie Sales
year: 2020
genre: fiction
directed by: Olivier Babinet
film run: 88'
release date: FR 1/04/2020, BE 1/04/2020
screenplay: Olivier Babinet, David Elkaïm, Julie Peyr
cast: Gustave Kervern, India Hair, Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Okinawa Valérie Guerard, Alexis Manenti, Sofian Khammes, Jean-Benoît Ugeux, Edson Anibal, Justin Eng, Jerry Di Giacomo
cinematography by: Timo Salminen
film editing: Isabelle Devinck, Sylvie Lager, Albertine Lastera
art director: Pierre Pell
music: Jean-Benoît Dunckel
producer: Masa Sawada, Anne Pernod-Sawada
co-producer: Valérie Bournonville, Joseph Rouschop
executive producer: Masa Sawada
associate producer: Philippe Logie
production: Comme des Cinémas, Tarantula Belgique
backing: CNC (FR), Wallimage, (BE), région Normandie (FR), région Nouvelle-Aquitaine (FR), Sofica Cinémage (FR), département des Landes (FR)
distributor: Rezo Films, O'Brother Distribution
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