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51st Directors’ Fortnight May 15-25, 2019

Ma vie en rose

Fortnight 1997, Feature film, 1 h 29

Synopsis

“Ma vie en rose” is a film about being different. It deals with a little boy, Ludovic, who thinks he’s a little girl. What is normal to him is not necessarely normal for others; there are things you do and things you don’t, even if they seem natural to us. The film also deals with parents who don’t know how to deal with the stubbornness and convictions of their child. Parents who react the only way they can, who are hurt when their neighbors give them reproachful stares. The films deals with a quiet neighborhood that learns about what it means to be different, the fear of others, incomprehension and rejection. It deals with dreams, magic and hope.

Director

Alain Berliner

Born in 1963, belgian, passionately fond of cinema and music, he studied animation and graphic design in Brussells, then directing in INSAS. He became screenwriter, mainly for TV. He made two short films that won awards. His firts feature-length movie is Ma vie en rose.

Screenplay
Chris Vander Stappen, Alain Berliner

Image
Yves Cape

Sound
Ludovic Hénault

Editing
Sandrine Deegen

Music
Dominique Dalcan

Set decoration
Véronique Melery

PRODUCTION : Haut et Court 5, passage River, 75011 Paris Tél. : 01 43 38 53 00 Fax : 01 43 38 72 VENTE A L’ETRANGER : TF1 International 305, avenue Le jour se lève, 92656 Boulogne Cedex Tél. : 01 41 41 15 04 Fax : 01 41 41 21 33