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Liberté chérie

Fortnight 1997, Short film, 28 m

Synopsis

Ismaël is a street mime. He mimes a statue and you’d think it was the real thing. His only problem is that the more he mimes being a “statue”, the less free he feels. france, his wife, tries to reassure him, but ever since she took a job as a trainee police-woman, Ismaël won’t admit it, but he feels oppressed. France is afraid for their fortune. France doesn’t know Alex. That’s what she thinks, anyway… Alex is an introverted young man, uneasy with people, and right now he’s obsessed by the reprisals he planning against his persecutors of the moment: cafe waiters. Will Alex’s revenge hasten the break-up between Ismaël and France? In a way: yes and no.

Director

Jean-Luc Gaget

He wrote several plays for radio which were broadcasted on France Inter and RFI. He also wrote screenplays of short and full length films. He wrote and directed 8 short films shown in many festivals and awarded. He is an editor. His film Le Bus was nominated for a Cesar award as best short film.

Alain Beigel
Eric Bonicatto
Estelle Larrivaz
Matthieu Poirot-Delpech
Thomas Chabrol
Zinedine Soualem

Screenplay
Jean-Luc Gaget

Image
Luc pagés

Sound
Cyril Moisson

Editing
Jacqueline Mariani-Deluze

Music
Gérard Torikian

PRODUCTION / VENTE A L’ETRANGER : Magouric Productions 9, rue de Clignancourt, 75018 Paris Tél. : 01 42 52 24 34 Fax : 01 42 52 35 48

Awards

Prix SACD du court métrage