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Dans le rouge du couchant / Red Dusk
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Michel, son of a Frenchman, but born on the other side of the world, arrives in Paris to start anew with a masterpiece inherited from his father as his only capital. Clara, a middle-aged woman wholly dedicated to her work, receives from the other side of the world a super-8 film which revives her memories of betrayal, setting her off in search of the culprit, who lives under another identity, behind another face, with the intention of killing him. Lastly, David, a once-well known artist turned forger, decides to ruin the plans of the dealers for whom he works in exchange for finding his former love lost on the other side of the world. This ?other side of the world? floating over the present lives of these three characters is no other than Buenos Aires, a city which has marked them in the past and which now brings them together in Paris.
BIOGRAPHY
Born in Buenos Aires in 1939, Edgardo Cozarinsky has been living in Paris since 1974. An author as well as a moviemaker, he has published various essays and short-story collections. As a director, he has numerous cinema and video titles to his name. His first feature film is Puntos suspensivos (1971), followed by Les apprentis sorciers (The Sorceror's Apprentice, 1977) and La guerre d'un seul homme (One Man's War, 1981). Boulevards du crépuscule (1992), Citizen Langlois (1994), Le violon de Rothschild (Rothschild's Violin, 1996) and Fantômes de Tanger (1997) are his latest movies.
CAST & CREW
Director
Edgardo Cozarinsky Cozarinsky
Screenplay
Edgardo Cozarinsky, Jean-Marie Duprez
Photography
Jacques Bouquin
Edition
Martine Bouquin
Music
Carlos Franzetti
Cast
Marisa Paredes, Bruno Putzulu, Féodor Atkine, Didier Flamand, Elisabeth Kaza
Running Time
90 m.
Country
Frantzia - Espainia
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