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Director:
Writers:
Johanne Bernard (scenario) &
Louis-Paul Desanges (scenario)
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Release Date:
24 June 2009 (France) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
A group of friends on vacation decide to venture onto a trail high up in the mountains that has been closed for repairs... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Worth seeing the first 1/2 hour of it. See more (26 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Fanny Valette ... Chloé
Johan Libéreau ... Loïc
Raphaël Lenglet ... Guillaume

Nicolas Giraud ... Fred
Maud Wyler ... Karine
Justin Blanckaert ... Anton
Guilhem Simon ... L'adolescent

Directed by
Abel Ferry 
 
Writing credits
Johanne Bernard (scenario) &
Louis-Paul Desanges (scenario)

Produced by
Alain Benguigui .... producer
Thomas Verhaeghe .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jean-Pierre Taieb 
 
Cinematography by
Nicolas Massart 
 
Film Editing by
Soline Guyonneau 
 
Casting by
Aurélie Guichard 
 
Production Design by
Sébastien Inizan 
 
Art Direction by
Olivier Afonso 
 
Set Decoration by
Samantha Gordowski 
 
Costume Design by
Bénédicte Levraut 
 
Makeup Department
Jeanne Bolzinger .... sfx makeup artist
Guillaume Castagné .... sfx makeup artist
Mélanie Gerbeaux .... sfx hair stylist
Nicolas Herlin .... sfx makeup artist
Laetitia Hillion .... sfx makeup artist
Arthur Humbert .... sfx makeup artist
Frédéric Lainé .... sfx make-up supervisor
Pascal Larue .... sfx makeup artist
Elodie Martin .... additional make-up
Laura Ozier .... key makeup/hair
Clément Wintz .... sfx makeup artist
 
Production Management
Denis Bedjaj .... additional assistant unit manager
Marc Brunet .... additional unit manager
Fabrice Cornillon .... additional assistant unit manager
Paul-Emmanuel Durand .... additional assistant unit manager (as Paul Durand)
Adelaide Enlart .... assistant production manager
Julien Flick .... unit manager
Kilian Gerhold .... assistant unit manager
Benjamin Goumard .... assistant unit manager
Nicolas Le Parlouer .... assistant unit manager
Julie Léger .... post-production manager
Christine Moarbes .... additional unit manager
Jennifer Peyrot .... assistant unit manager
Benjamin Phuong Dung .... production manager
Sylvine Salvagniac .... assistant unit manager
Olivier Thibaut .... additional assistant unit manager
Jean-Baptiste Vaccaro .... additional assistant unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Olivier Afonso .... second unit director
Jean-Baptiste Pouilloux .... first assistant director
Nicolas Quéré .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Samantha Benne .... assistant production designer
Thierry Deberre .... landscape designer
Jonathan Delerue .... illustrator
Marie Deschamps .... property master (as Marie Deschamps de Pas)
Jean-Claude Giusti .... constructor
Jerome Mollard .... constructor
Franck Pompier .... constructor
Mickael Riou .... sculptor
Jean-Denis Riviere .... constructor
Jean-Denis Riviere .... swing gang
Thierry Tanga .... constructor
 
Sound Department
Christophe Colson .... sound editor
Gregoire Couzinier .... sound re-recording mixer
Gregoire Couzinier .... supervising sound designer
Joseph de Laage .... boom operator (as Joseph de Laage de Meux)
Julien Gigliotti .... second unit boom operator
Les Kouz .... sound supervisor
François Sempé .... sound mixer
Julien Sicart .... second unit sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Guillaume Colas .... main titles
Cyril Hipaux .... special effects makeup
 
Visual Effects by
Victor Barrere .... visual effects artist
Philippe Nalet .... digital compositor
Lolet Ong .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Emmanuel Lanzi .... fight choregrapher
Michaël Troude .... fight performer (as Mickael Troudé)
Patrick Vo .... fight performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Simon Bourrat .... video operator
Stéphane Cresta .... key grip
Sylvain Curial .... electrician
Marie-Sophie Daniel .... second assistant camera
Yoann de Montgrand .... additional second assistant camera
Denis Gaubert .... second unit assistant camera
Sebastien Gaulon .... additional electrician
Aissa Lahoucine .... gaffer
Olivier Leblanc .... crane operator
Alexandre Léglise .... first assistant camera
Michel Monnaie .... additional electrician
Emmanuel Plumecocq .... electrician
Mickael Plumecocq .... additional electrician
Jean-Baptiste Pouilloux .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Jean Baptiste Pouilloux)
Benjamin Rame .... grip
Thierry Thuillier .... second unit camera
Laurence Trémolet .... still photographer
Thomas Valaeys .... grip
 
Casting Department
Sonia Cascino .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Solenne Capmas .... additional costumer
Marion Gaffiero .... additional costumer
Cécile Guiot .... costume preparation
Charlotte Lebourgeois .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Jimmy Christophe .... color timer
Richard Deusy .... colorist
Pascal Massonneau .... color timer
Edouard Perchet .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Marion Busque .... production assistant
Julie Daniel .... production assistant
Juliette Dubois .... production assistant
Ludovic Duclary .... development executive: Sombrero (as Ludovic du Clary)
Isabelle Fauvel .... development consultant: Initiative Film (as Isabelle Fauvelle)
Myassa Kerrad .... production assistant
Nicolas Leprêtre .... production assistant
Jean-Baptiste Ouvrard-Pascaud .... location manager
Adrien Overlot .... production accountant
Lisa-Nina Rives .... script supervisor
Benoit Vautrin .... making-of
Capucine Violet .... development executive: Gaumont
 
Thanks
Rodolphe Guglielmi .... the director wishes to thank
Teddy Percherancier .... the director wishes to thank
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Vertige" - France (original title)
"Dead Cliff" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Runtime:
France:90 min | Germany:82 min (uncut)
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Worth seeing the first 1/2 hour of it., 3 February 2012
Author: timaenot from Switzerland

I stay wondering why so many directors and screenplay writers of wannabe-horror movies ruin the good ideas they have in the beginning. This movie starts really good, it seems to deal with hobby mountain-climbing and interpersonal tensions. Indeed, mountain-climbing can turn out to be real horror if you are not particularly good at it and if you take a closed (certainly not without a reason) path. In the first 1/2 hour of the movie, nice camera shots and great landscapes convey a feeling of vertigo and a vague sense of danger - which is very, very credible in the given situation. Things can go wrong, ropes can tear, vertigo can drive you to madness, you can get lost in the mountains, there can be a tempest - all that is horror, because it is likely to happen in real life. So WHY the hell is there any need for "boosting" a life-like situation with some maniac moron hunting the characters? WHY do they always turn a real horror situation into a stereotyped, paper-thin, seen-over-a-thousand-of-times slasher? It is the same with "The Descent" which had excellent premises to get really scary (in the end, there are not many things as gruesome as being trapped in some huge subterranean labyrinth of holes without any map) but instead, decided to put in some stupid monsters which ruined the whole suspense and the sense of horror. Horrific are only things which seem realistic or in some way convey the sense of the possibility to get realistic. There is no need for additional "boost"! Folks, show me a horror movie based on completely natural premises and the appropriate development of characters in the given situation - and I will sing you a love song. But it seems easier to get some mad hunter or monsters in than to develop real tensions and real situations.

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