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Mon Ange

Harry Cleven

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Edition:


2016

Section:


Official Fantàstic Competition

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Synopsis:


Ange was born with a very special gift: he’s invisible. To protect him from the outside world, his mother, Louise, will order him not to reveal his existence to anyone else. The little boy will always obey, until he meets Madeleine, a blind girl who becomes his inseparable companion. One day, his friend announces something totally unexpected: she will soon recover her sight.

Director biography:


Harry Cleven

Trained as an actor during the 70's, Harry Cleven started directing feature films with Abracadabra (1993). Les Enfants Du Jour (1999), Why Get Married the Day the World Ends? (2000) and Ton Tour Viendra (2002) are some of his previous works.

Cast & Crew:



FRANCE / BELGIUM, 2016

Director
Harry Cleven

Producers
Jaco Van Dormael, Olivier Rausin, Daniel Marquet

Screenplay
Thomas Gunzig, Harry Cleven

Cinematography
Juliette Van Dormael

Visual Effects
Willy le Bleis, Marc Hericher

With
Fleur Geffrier, Elina Löwensohn

Original Language:


French

Subtitles:


English, Spanish, Catalan

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