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Sentence finale (2006)

A fire in a Church in the present day. A mysterious woman in a mental institute for few years now. An inquisitorial trial in 1347. And if all this had a link?

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Marie Tansa - The Nurse
Marie Mergey ...
Mme Hécate - une vieille femme mystérieuse
Hans Meyer ...
The Inquisitor - The priest
Didier Flamand ...
Director of the psychiatric hospital
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The Mother
Clémence Saby ...
Chloé
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Anette Burgdorf ...
Une jeune memman
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A priest was found dead, asphyxiated after a fire in a church. Among the panicking crowd, there's a mysterious woman, Miss Hecate. Gazing upon the victim, she remembers a inquisitorial procedure, that lead a certain Marie Tansa to the pyre. This journey to the past will reveal the true reasons and perpetrator(s) of the fire. Written by Farid DMS DEBAH

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Short | Crime | Drama | History

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February 2006 (France)  »

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Final Sentence  »

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$120,000 (estimated)
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L'inquisiteur: We deliver against you the final sentence of excommunication, so as to make an example for others and forever dissuade them from committing similar heresies !
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A little gem of a film, from one of France's best young directors
11 June 2006 | by (New Jersey/Florda USA) – See all my reviews

"Short Films" are not widely known in the United States, they are a cinematic art form more seen in Europe. This is a pity, as we Americans are missing out on a wonderful experience. "Sentence Finale" is one of these wonderful experiences! Franck Allera is a young director who is becoming well known in France for his work in this genre, well on his way to becoming the next Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Christopher Gans, Mathieu Kassovitz. In "Sentence Finale" he has assembled together a talented cast, and smoothly blends together a Medieval and Contemporary time line telling a thought-provoking tale of morals that is still argued today with as much passion as in Medieval times. A little gem of a film, by a very talented young man who is certainly on his way to becoming one of France's great directors.


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