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7 December 2005 (Belgium) See more »
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Plot:
Fiona, Julien and their two clone-like children live a life appropriate to the robots they have become... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
2 wins & 3 nominations See more »
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Wrapping Cannes 2011. Directors' Fortnight
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Tongues,Firmly Planted In (Icy) Cheeks See more (14 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Lucy Tulugarjuk ... Nattikuttuk
Fiona Gordon ... Fiona
Dominique Abel ... Julien
Philippe Martz ... René le marin
Thérèse Fichet ... Fernande
Georges Jore ... Achille
Louis Lecouvreur ... Léon
Bruno Romy ... Georges
Lola Hélie ... Lola
Justine Fernandez ... Rosalie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joseph Alex ... Villageois
Madeleine Alex ... Villageois
Oumar Bangoura ... Clandestin
Virginie Binard ... L'employée
Fanny Chausson ... Douanier
Souleman Dankambarg ... Clandestin
Mélanie Del Din
Leen Dervaux ... L'employée
François Dioh ... Le clandestin
Benoit Dupont ... Le camionneur
Nicolas Fellner ... L'employée
Louisette Fichet ... Passager
Marie-Claude Godefroy ... Passager
Robin Goupil ... Le fils
Yvonne Guilaine ... Ecossais
Denise Henri ... Villageois
Dicko Kaou ... Clandestin
Richard Karume ... Le clandestin
Olga Kimpembe ... Clandestin
Henri Lamache ... Villageois
Erik Lambert ... Chauffeur
Pierre Lecoeur ... Ecossais
Colette Lehoux ... Villageois
Henri Letrecher ... Passager
Christine Léonard ... Facteur
Claude M'Peti ... Le clandestin
Marthe Makauba Zilu ... Clandestin
Philippe Mathys ... L'employée
Diane Mory ... Clandestin
Dominique N'Diaye ... Clandestin
Jo Nijns ... Douanier
Marcelle Oliveres ... Ecossais
Christiane Pignot ... Villageois
Georges Pignot ... Villageois
Michel Piquenot ... Chauffeur
Ophélie Rousseau ... La fille
Kevin Somao ... Clandestin
Loïc Somao ... Clandestin
Marie Somao ... Clandestin
William Somao ... Clandestin
Alice de Visscher ... L'employée
Mamadou Wow ... Clandestin

Directed by
Dominique Abel 
Fiona Gordon 
Bruno Romy 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dominique Abel 
Fiona Gordon 
Bruno Romy 

Produced by
Dominique Abel .... delegate producer
Marina Festré .... line producer
Fiona Gordon .... delegate producer
André Guéret .... co-producer
Arlette Zylberberg .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Jacques Luley 
 
Cinematography by
Sébastien Koeppel 
 
Film Editing by
Sandrine Deegen 
 
Production Design by
Laura Couderc 
 
Costume Design by
Claire Dubien 
 
Makeup Department
Nathalie De Hen .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jean Jacques Lion .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julien Sigalas .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Annabelle Cocollos .... assistant decorator
Nicolas Gasnier .... assistant decorator
Thierry Vandenbussche .... assistant decorator
 
Sound Department
Philippe Baudhuin .... sound mixer
Etienne Carton .... sound recordist
David Gillain .... sound recordist
Hélène Lamy-Au-Rousseau .... assistant sound editor
Gilles Laurent .... boom operator
Frédéric Meert .... sound editor (as Fred Meert)
Frédéric Meert .... sound
Christian Monheim .... sound
Michel Schillings .... sound recordist
Philippe van Leer .... foley artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Pascal Banizet .... key grip
Fanny Chausson .... additional first assistant camera
Frédéric Chevrier .... electrician (as Fred Chevrier)
Benoît Dupont .... gaffer
Virginie Gourmel .... assistant camera
Raphaël Kolacz .... gaffer: second unit
Geert Minnebach .... electrician
Laurent Thurin Nal .... still photographer (as Laurent Thurin)
Ludovic Raine .... electrician
Guillaume Vandenberghe .... electrician: second unit
Lou Vernin .... assistant camera: second unit
 
Editorial Department
Séverine Cava .... assistant editor
Annick Goemaere .... negative cutter (as Anne Goemaere)
Dirk Vandewalle .... color timer
 
Other crew
Elise Bisson .... production assistant
Katrien Carton .... production assistant
Jean-Michel Gambillon .... researcher
Frédérique Larmagnac .... production assistant
Isabelle Molhant .... production coordinator
Jo Nijns .... script supervisor
Catherine Poels .... press attache
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Iceberg!" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Runtime:
USA:84 min | France:84 min | Argentina:84 min
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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Tongues,Firmly Planted In (Icy) Cheeks, 27 July 2007
Author: Seamus2829 from United States

Make no mistake about it, Belgium is a country whose cinema is to be reckoned with. They are perfectly able to turn out some edgy psychological dramas ('De Zaak Alzeimers',or as it's known in this country,'Mind Of A Killer'),as well as some silly,surreal comedy's (as in the case of this film). The Iceberg is one of those films in the later category. The story concerns a middle aged housewife in Brussels, who accidentally gets locked in a meat locker in the local fast food take away where she manages,has a traumatic experience as a result of it, and ends up leaving her family to take up in a quirky seaside village in (one supposes)Scotland. What happens from there has to be seen to be believed. Slapstick comedy occasionally ensues this candy coloured gem of a film. I know I certainly walked out feeling good about myself. You'll have to keep your eyes opened,as this film probably won't play out at many cinemas (and as far as I know, no American standard DVD exists as of yet,despite the fact that the film was released in 2005).

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