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Smugglers' Songs
Les Chants de Mandrin - Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
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France - 2011 - 1 h 37 mn - Réalisation : Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche - Scénario : Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche - Image : Irina Lubtchansky - Musique : Valentin Clastrier - Son : Boris Chapelle, Bruno Auzet, Mathieu Farnarier, Nikolas Javelle, Timothée Alazraki - Interprétation : Jacques Nolot, Kenji Levan, Christian Milia-Darmezin, Sylvain Roume, Salim Ameur-Zaïmeche, Jean-Luc Nancy, Nicolas Bancilhon, Yann-Yvon Pennec, Charles Manini, Armelle Cellier-Gavignet -

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After the execution of Louis Mandrin, a famous outlaw and mid-18th century folk hero, his companions decide to take the risk of another campaign in France's southern provinces. Under the protection of heavily armed comrades, they set up illegal markets outside rural villages, where they sell tobacco, fabrics and precious goods. They write songs in Mandrin's honour, print them and distribute them to the King's lowliest subjects…


 
 
Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche

Born in 1966, Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche came to France in 1968. He grew up in the Bosquet projects in Montfermeil, outside Paris. After studying social sciences, he founded Sarrazink Productions in 1999 and directed Wesh wesh, qu’est-ce qui se passe? in 2002, which received the Louis Delluc prize and the Grand Prize of the Berlin New Cinema Forum. In 2006, he made Bled Number One and received the Cannes Film Festival Youth Prize. Dernier Maquis is his thirst feature.

 
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