Far from the Frontline

Directed by Vladimir Léon, Harold Manning

Written by Vladimir Léon, Harold Manning

Produced by Philippe Braunstein

Fiction / Historique / 67 min.



Storyline

Three war stories, that takes place far from the frontline. The first two are staged during the Great War, one in the reckless summer of 1916, and the other in the dark woods of winter, when victory now seems a dellusion to a convalescent officer and his young cousin. The third narrative follows, for the time of summer dance nowadays, a couple of french soldiers marked by the violence of a faint foreign war nobody semms to care about.

1997

35 mm Couleurs

Crew

Image : Sébastien Buchmann, Pascal Lagriffoul, David Quesemand

Editing : Marie-Hélène Mora, Françoise Tubaut, Christine Marier

Production design : Renaud Legrand

Sound : Hervé Buirette, David Rit, Daniel Sobrino, Claude Villand, Laurent Boudaud

Music : Tristan Lofficial

Costumes : Jacqueline Van Moortel, Elise Capdenat, Marianne Genet

Production manager : Brigitte Daudé

Partners

CONSEIL REGIONAL DES PAYS DE LA LOIRE VILLE DE TREMBLAY-EN-FRANCE (CINEMA JACQUES TATI) CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA CINEMATOGRAPHIE PROCIREP DEFI JEUNES DDJS 93 VILLE DE MONTREUIL-SOUS-BOIS COMMUNAUTE DE COMMUNES DES OLONNES BNP