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  (in credits order)
Serge Riaboukine ... Francky

Bernard Blancan ... Coco
Pascal Cervo ... Alex
Maaike Jansen ... Marthe (as Maaíke Jansen)
Cathy Hinderchied ... Aurelie
Virginie Guinand ... Christelle
Jean-Louis Richard ... Tac Tac
Cyril Lecomte ... Anthony
Guilaine Londez ... Annie
Marc Brunet ... Bibof
Cindy Mostacci ... Jessica
Françoise Bertin ... Mademoiselle Espitalier
René Morard ... Le père de Bibof
Robert Lucibello ... Le commissaire
Frédéric Proust ... Caguette
Christian Mazucchini ... Babar
Laurent Pietin ... Babar
Emilie Lafarge ... La fille menottée
Laetitia Palermo ... L'aide-soignante

Directed by
Hélène Angel 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Hélène Angel  scenario
Hélène Angel  screenplay
Jean-Claude Janer  writer
Agnès de Sacy  writer

Produced by
Hélène Cases .... executive producer
Pascal Caucheteux .... producer
Original Music by
Philippe Miller 
Martin Wheeler 
Cinematography by
Isabelle Razavet 
Film Editing by
Eric Renault 
Laurent Rouan  (as Laurent Roüan)
Casting by
Claude Martin 
Production Design by
Mathieu Menut 
Art Direction by
Mathieu Menut 
Costume Design by
Catherine Rigault 
Makeup Department
Sylvie Aid .... key makeup artist
Delphine Jaffart .... makeup artist
Delphine Lacaze .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Roxanne Pinheiro .... assistant unit manager
Sophie Quiédeville .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Philippe Larue .... first assistant director
Marc Olry .... second assistant director
Art Department
Laurent Baude .... assistant art director
Nicolas Chick .... property master
Sound Department
Nicolas Becker .... foley artist
Emmanuelle Lalande .... sound editor
Olivier Mauvezin .... sound
Stéphane Thiébaut .... sound
Philippe Welsh .... sound assistant
Special Effects by
Guillaume Castagné .... special effects
Philippe Vittoriani .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Dominique Degand .... key grip
Olivier Dirksen .... gaffer
Pierre Hemon .... assistant camera
Jean-Claude Lother .... still photographer
Didier Versolatto .... electrician
Casting Department
Cendrine Lapuyade .... extras casting
Agathe Rozan .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Éliane Dorin .... assistant editor
Stéphane Jeaugeat .... assistant editor
Clotilde Tellier .... assistant editor
Anne-Cécile Vergnaud .... assistant editor
Sébastien Vin .... assistant editor
Other crew
Roselyne Bellec .... script supervisor
Ludovic Beurton .... assistant location manager
Abdelhadi El Fakir .... administrator

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Netherlands:94 min (Rotterdam Film Festival) | Switzerland:100 min (Locarno Film Festival)
Sound Mix:
France:-12 | Netherlands:16 (DVD) (2009) | Switzerland:16 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:16 (canton of Vaud)

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a priminal scream!, 19 March 2002
Author: David Loitz ( from Cal arts, California

I just returned from watching this film at class at cal arts and it left me without many words to say. Sorry that this review is all over the place.

This is a film to not watch lightly, it is dark, it is honest, and it doesn't give you answers. I have to disagree with the two neg. comments. The violence in this movie is not just towards women or children or is it looked well upon.

This is a film that tries to look at Men or Violence of men in a post war France. These men all are human, but are not able to deal with their beasts.

The acting in this film is amazing. All in the cast pulls from themselves real characters and real emotions. I never felt like these were actors instead they seems to be these people.

I have to give a lot of credit to the little girl she was just amazing. She held this movie together with her beautiful performance.

This movie is one I recommend highly, but be warned, it is not a movie to just go see and not think about, there is a lot to think about in this movie, and like I said there are no answers given, no morals, no understanding to take from it, but there is a lot there.

An added note.

This movie was made by a women and while it might be hard to see how a women would make a movie with so much violence towards her own sex it is not hard

to see why she choose to in the end because the women rule in this kind of violence needs to be shown.

Don't look away.

10 out of 10.....

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