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8 August 2007 (France) See more »
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Algérie, un été '62
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A pair of childhood friends spend a spring together before the summer Algeria's war of Independence. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Beautiful Cinematography See more (2 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Mohamed Faouzi Ali Cherif ... Ali (as Hamada)
Thomas Millet ... Nicolas dit Nico
Tolga Cayir ... Gino Sisti
Julien Amate ... David
Mohammed El Amine Medjahri ... Bachir (as Mohammed Medjari)
Sabrina Senoussi ... La petite fille aux perles
Nassim Meziane ... Paul
Aurore Labrugère ... Julie
Nadia Samir ... Habiba

Zahia Said ... Aïcha
Bonnafet Tarbouriech ... Barnabé, le chef de gare
Mohamed Dine Elhannani ... Djelloul (as Mohammed Dine El Hannani)
Betty Krestinsky ... Rachel
Assia Brahmi ... Zina
Marc Robert ... Lieutenant Laurent
Jean Nehr ... Norbert
Louis Navarre ... Directeur école
Diboun Benamar ... L'oncle Béhi
Yves Michel ... Le père de David
Rachel Queinnec ... Mme Sisti, la mère de Gino
Laurence Lafiteau ... La mère de Paul
Benoît Maffone ... Soldat naïf
Hadj Kaddour Meghelli ... Toubib Caserne
Didier Bourguignon ... Le projectionniste
Fouad Trifi ... Moudjahid gare
Pascal Rozand ... Simon
Noura Baya ... Femme moudjahid
Anthony Doux ... Accordéoniste bistrot
Abdelkader Kenniche ... Accordéoniste gare
Noura Attaba ... Prostituée arabe
Amara Abdelhamid ... Père Ali
Tewfik Kazi Tani ... Soldat Martinau
Mustafa Adida ... Le messager
Fatima Mesli ... Jeune fille de la mechta
Ali Abdoun ... Le père d' Aïcha (as Ali Abdoune)
Philippe Mondet ... Adjudant Caserne
Amine Benkalfat ... Fils Djelloul
Farah Abdoune ... Fille Djelloul
Boumedienne Medjahri ... Frère Zina 1
Mustafa Medjahri ... Frère Zina 2

Directed by
Mehdi Charef 
 
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Mehdi Charef 

Produced by
Salem Brahimi .... associate producer
Yacine Laloui .... executive producer
Michèle Ray-Gavras .... producer
 
Original Music by
Armand Amar 
 
Cinematography by
Jérôme Alméras 
 
Film Editing by
Yorgos Lamprinos 
 
Casting by
Coralie Amedeo 
 
Production Design by
Adel Mohamed Kacer  (as Adel Kacer)
Hélène Melani 
 
Production Management
Nabil Boudouaia .... assistant production manager
Mohamed Salem Brahimi .... production manager
Hamid Imerzouken .... unit production manager
Laurence Lafiteau .... unit manager
Florence Masset .... production manager
Sophie Ray .... assistant unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Djallel Benmedjahed .... third assistant director
Mathieu Froger .... second assistant director
Laurent Garibaldi .... second assistant director
Véronique Laveissière .... first assistant director
Fouad Trifi .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Nourredine Benhamed .... property master
Damien Bonnefont .... painter
 
Sound Department
Hélène Burckel .... trainee sound editor
Xavier Drouault .... foley artist
Jonathan Gargui Dit Marco .... sound editor
Olivier Goinard .... sound mixer
Olivier Hespel .... sound
Sébastien Lebailly .... boom operator
Guillaume Leriche .... foley engineer
Jean-Max Morise .... post-synchronization
 
Visual Effects by
Erwan Davigano .... visual effects
Benoît Maffone .... visual effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Simon Beaufils .... first assistant camera
Brice Berrier .... electrician
Véronique Bréchot .... still photographer
Rabah Dalouche .... grip
Samir Djellouli .... electrician
Nicolas Eon .... key grip
Ramdane Guarzouli .... gaffer
François-Xavier Hugues-Clery .... electrician
Johan Le Ruz .... second assistant camera
Benoît Maffone .... still photographer
Fahim Benhadji Serradj .... grip
 
Casting Department
Soria Moufakkir .... casting assistant
Sophie Nardonne .... casting assistant (as Sophie Nardone)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mohamed Soufyane Mahboub .... set costumer
Chloé Maxin .... set costumer
Mathé Pontanier .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Alexandre Berman .... assistant editor
Marine Lepoutre .... color timer
 
Music Department
Vincent Joinville .... music editor
Vincent Joinville .... music mixer
Vincent Joinville .... music recordist
 
Other crew
Aymed Brak .... production assistant (as Aimed Brak)
Véronique Bréchot .... making-of director
François Guerrar .... press attache (as Hassan Guerrar)
Elodie Jauffret .... script supervisor
Julie Tardit .... press attache
 

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Also Known As:
"Summer of '62" - International (English title) (festival title)
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France:92 min
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Beautiful Cinematography, 21 August 2007
Author: Wout from France

Historic events seen through the eyes of children. A relatively unknown ending of French colonial times in Algeria.

Sometimes shocking images become bearable, because they are seen by innocent children's eyes. John Lennon would have been proud. Overall, I liked the movie because of these above-mentioned aspects. I have never been in Algeria itself, but the movie gives a great view of everyday life during the time period it concerns. Also I really liked the scenery and music that relates to Algeria. Interesting story, and definitely worth watching. (Even for people who are neither French nor Algerian).

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