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Let My People Go ! - Mikaël Buch
- Fiction

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France - 2011 - 1 h 26 mn - Réalisation : Mikaël Buch - Production : Philippe Martin, Géraldine Michelot - Scénario : Christophe Honoré, Mikaël Buch - Image : Céline Bozon - Montage : Simon Jacquet - Son : Mathieu Villien, Benoît Hillebrant, Stéphane Thiébaut - Interprétation : Nicolas Maury, Carmen Maura, Jean-François Stévenin -

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Diagonal Samedi 22 octobre 2011, 18 h 00




Everybody knows Ruben is Jewish, gay, a half-Finnish, half-French mailman, unworthy son, uncooperative brother, disappointing lover, shady killer and reluctant thief… Yet, Ruben is incapable of knowing who he is. At the turning point in his life, with the Red Sea opening up before him, Ruben hesitates. Should he follow his people or his heart?


 
 
Mikaël Buch

Born in Marseilles in 1983, Mikaël Buch spent the first years of his life in Taipei and his teenage years in Barcelona. When he was 17 he started at Ciné-Sup in Nantes where he made his first attempts at filmmaking. He then gained a degree at Paris VIII University and made small Super 8 firms including Bambini, selected at the 'Festival Gay et Lesbien' in Paris. The following year, he followed the directing curriculum at Fémis, during which he made a documentary and several fiction shorts. La Déchirure, his first 35 mm short, was selected in Montpellier in 2007. Let My People Go ! is his first feature film.

 
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