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A young woman lives with her sleeping husband. Prisoner of her loneliness, she refuses to accept that this man is only a memory. | Add synopsis »
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Nathalie Cavezzali ... (voice)

Directed by
Inès Sedan 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Inès Sedan  writer

Produced by
Marc Bertrand .... producer
Ron Dyens .... producer
Marcel Jean .... producer
Galilé Marion-Gauvin .... producer
Original Music by
Robert Marcel Lepage  (as Robert M. Lepage)
Film Editing by
Natacha Dufaux 
Sound Department
Olivier Calvert .... sound designer
Visual Effects by
Stego .... additional effects animator
Stego .... compositor
Stego .... lead digital compositor/supervisor
Animation Department
Jonathan Asselin .... assistant animator
Serge Elissalde .... animator
Philippe Vaucher .... animator
Editorial Department
Boubkar Benzabat .... assembly editor

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Also Known As:
"The Man Who Slept" - Canada (English title) (festival title)
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Canada:12 min


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Sepia & Surprise, 27 February 2011
Author: ccthemovieman-1 from United States

This is a surprise ending so I won't spoil it by giving anything away. It's kind of a sad story, anyway, but drawn so well that that alone should keep you interested.

"The Man Who Slept" is the English title to this short film, which lasts about a dozen minutes. I saw it on the Blu-Ray edition of "Animated Express."

"Vibrantly textured" is a description often used in describing this animated film, drawn in a sepia-type color.

The presentation was by Ines Sedan, a mid-30s Argentine lady who has lived in France since 1999.

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