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Directed by
Valérie Mréjen 
 
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Valérie Mréjen 

Produced by
Sharon Shamir .... executive producer
Charlotte Vincent .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Céline Bozon 
 
Film Editing by
Anne Weil 
 
Production Management
Assaf Abiri .... unit production manager
Thomas Fecchio .... unit production manager
Jean-Christophe Reymond .... production manager
Julia Schifter .... production manager
Tomer Schmaya .... unit production manager
 
Sound Department
Yolande Decarsin .... sound
Myriam René .... sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Victor Lefelman .... electrician
Igal Malei .... assistant camera
Claire Mathon .... assistant camera
Idan Or .... assistant camera
Anat Safran .... still photographer
Choresh Wald .... grip
 
Editorial Department
Rémi Berge .... color timer
Idit Bloch .... assistant editor
Christophe Bousquet .... color timer
 
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Tamar Becker .... production assistant
 

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France:52 min
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