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52nd edition from May 13 to 23, 2020

Heavy

Fortnight 1995, Feature film, 1h57

Synopsis

Victor, an overweight pizza chef, spends his days tending to his over-bearing mother, and his nights spinning pizzas in her rural restaurant. A new waitress comes to work – Callie, a beautiful confused college-dropout, looking for direction in her own life. The two draw together. And Victor finds himself crossing an emotional threshold he’s never before risked…

Director

James Mangold

Born in New York city, he grew up in the Hudson Valley. He wrote screenplays for the Hollywood connexion or not. He wrote an animation for Disney, Oliver & Company, and various dramas for TV. His parents were famous painters: Robert and Sylvia Mangold. He made several short films so that attracted great attention when he was a student at the California Institute for the Arts, at Columbia University and at the Sundance Institute. Heavy is his first feature film.

Deborah Harry
Evan Dando
Joe Grifasi
Liv Tyler
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Shelley Winters

Screenplay
James Mangold

Image
Michael Barrow

Sound
Jan McLaughlin

Editing
Meg Reticker

Music
Thurston Moore

Set decoration
Michael Shaw

Production : Avalaible Light Inc, New York, USA Vente à l’étranger : Fortissimo Film Sales, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas