DVD and text of a film Inspired by the drama Cantat - Trintignant
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A feature film by Marcel Hanoun nspired by the drama Cantat - Trintignant where the actress Marie Trintignant died of cerebral edema three days after being beaten by the leader of the rock group Noir Désir.
"From the story of a passion lived to its extreme, until death, I want to make a sober, bare, stripped film. From the tragedy that inspired me, I essentially wanted to retain an aspect the universal and familiar. The unique character of the film will be at the same time, the one who writes the story, the one who lives it in the depths of his prison, the actor who interprets the story as for a single witness and spectator: himself." -Marcel Hanoun
Release year: 2004
format: video, color
|Artist(s)||Marcel Hanoun, Marc-Henry Boisse, Estelle Courtois, Fréderic Acquaviva, Sallah Edine, Olivier Sarrassat, Laurenzo Massoni, Philippe Bouychou, Nora Petit de Villeléon|
|Format||paperback book and PAL DVD|
|Publisher||Corto Pacific - Cinécriture|
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