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Inguélézi / Clandestine
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Inguélézi
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Having buried her husband, Geneviève leaves the cemetery with her friend Angela. They witness an accident on the way. A truck has left the road. When the police arrive, Geneviève walks back over to the car, slamming the boot shut: she hadn?t noticed that it wasn?t closed properly. The next day, she goes to see Angela and, on talking about the accident, learns that it was carrying illegal immigrants. A lot of them are dead and the others are hiding in the woods. In a flash she understands: she realizes that a man is hiding in the boot of her car. Opening it on the way home, there is indeed a hiding man. After all kinds of contradictory feelings, Geneviève ends up taking the man to England, helping him to get past the police and customs.
BIOGRAPHY
Tartas (France), 1950. He shaped his career around documentaries. Between 1978 and 1988, he directed nine shorts, some of which won awards at different festivals. In the feature film field, he debuted in 1988 with Drôle d?endroit pour une rencontre (A Strange Place to Meet), followed by Un coeur qui bat (1990), La machine (The Machine, 1994), C?est quoi la vie? (What?s Life?, 1998), Golden Shell and Silver Shell for Best Actor (Jacques Dufilho) at the San Sebastian Festival in 1999, La chambre des officiers (Officer?s Ward, 2001) and Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran (Monsieur Ibrahim, 2003).
CAST & CREW
Director
François Dupeyron
Screenplay
François Dupeyron
Photography
Yves Angelo
Edition
Dominique Faysse
Cast
Eric Caravaca, Marie Payen, Françoise Lebrun, Mar Sodupe, Sophie Barjac
Running Time
97 m.
Country
France
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