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2000 | Color | 100 min

Shortly after his 9th birthday, Camille tells his mother Ariane that he is really Paul, and would like to be returned to his true mother across town. Alarmed at first, but willing to humor him, she takes him there and is startled to find out he knows her apartment intimately


Country: Francia
Direction: Ruiz; Raúl
Script: Ruiz; Raúl, Dumas; François, Bontempell; Massimo
Production: De Clermont-tonnerr; Martine, De Clermont-tonnerre; Antoine
Photography: Bouqui; Jacques
Sound: Brisson; Jean-Claude
Music: Arriagada; Jorge
Cast:Balibar; Jeanne, Hugon; Nils, De Clermont-tonnerre; Laure, Bronner; Chantal, Marengo; Bruno, Podalydès; Denis, Berling; Charles, Huppert; Isabelle, Scob; Edith, De La Baume; Nicolas
Participation year at FICM: 2005

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