Salt of Tears

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    Feature Film | 2019 | Drama | France, Switzerland

      Brief synopsis

      Luc travels to Paris for the first time to sit the entrance exam for a carpentry school. There he meets Djemila, a young worker with whom he enjoys a short romance, before returning to his home town and beginning a relationship with Geneviève, whom he has known since childhood. Caught between two passions, Luc runs, resolving to fulfil his father's dreams by devoting himself to his future... until finally, he experiences true love.

      Cast

      ActorRole nameVoice actor / SpeakerVoice actor
      Logann AntuofermoLuc [L]
      Oulaya AmamraDjemila [L]
      André WilmsLuc's father [SR]
      Louise ChevillotteGeneviève [SR]
      Martin MesnerPaco [SR]
      Souheila YacoubBetsy [SR]
      Teddy ChawaJean-René [SR]
      Aline BelibiAlice [SR]

      Crew

      ActivityNameComment
      1st ADPaolo Trotta
      2nd ADLaura Tuillier
      2nd ADLaetitia Dom
      Director of photographyRenato Berta
      Camera operatorGilbert Lecluyse 'Berto'
      Still photographerGuy Ferrandis
      Costume designerJustine Pearce
      DirectorPhilippe Garrel
      EditorFrançois Gédigier
      ComposerJean-Louis Aubert
      ProducerLaurine Pelassy
      ProducerÉdouard Weil
      Co-producerJoëlle Bertossa
      Co-producerFlavia Zanon
      Production designerManu de Chauvigny
      Location scoutDimitri Chalazonitis
      Graphic artistBenjamin Baltimoreposter
      Unit production managerSerge Catoire
      Unit managerEdouard Sueur
      ScreenwriterArlette Langmann
      ScreenwriterPhilippe Garrel
      ScreenwriterJean-Claude Carrière
      Production sound mixerGuillaume Sciama
      Sound re-recording mixerThierry Delor
      ChoreographerCaroline Marcadé

      Distributing companies

      CompanyComment
      Ad Vitam [fr]
      Wild Bunch [fr]

      Festivals

      YearCountryFestivalComment
      2020GermanyInt. Festpiele BerlinCompetition

      Cinema

      TypeCountryDateComment
      Theatre releaseFranceTuesday, 14/07/2020