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Twentynine Palms ()


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David, an independent photographer, and Katia, an unemployed woman, leave Los Angeles, en route to the southern California desert, where they search a natural set to use as a backdrop for a... See more »

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Katia (as Katia Golubeva)
David Wissak ...
David

Directed by

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Bruno Dumont

Written by

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Bruno Dumont ... (writer)

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Allen Bain ... co-producer
Rachid Bouchareb ... producer
Christel Brunn ... co-producer
Jean Bréhat ... producer
Darren Goldberg ... co-producer
Muriel Merlin ... executive producer
Axel Möbius ... co-producer
Jesse Scolaro ... co-producer
Christoph Thoke ... co-producer

Cinematography by

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Georges Lechaptois

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Dominique Petrot

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Richard Deusy ... colorist
Aurélie Laumont ... color timer
Christophe Legendre ... color timer
Annie Pierre ... assistant editor
Juliette Urbain ... conforming editor

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Elisabeth Jereski ... (as Liz Jereski)

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Yasmine Abraham

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Craig J. McIntyre ... Uncredited
Elizabeth Sloan Freel ... key makeup artist
Jacobine van der Meer ... special makeup effects artist (as Jacobine Von der Meer)

Production Management

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Stephane Guarese ... post-production manager
Muriel Merlin ... unit manager
Aaron Waiton ... production manager

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Claude Debonnet ... assistant director
Joffrey Grosdidier ... second second assistant director
Yann Sobezynski ... first assistant director

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Neil Driscoll Jr. ... lead man
Megan Kelley ... assistant property master
Duke Scoppa ... property master (as Edward Scoppa Jr.)
Lisa Scoppa ... set designer

Sound Department

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Stephan Becker ... foley editor
Emmanuel Croset ... re-recording mixer
Eric Ferret ... post-synchronisation
Patrice Grisolet ... sound editor
Harald Guhn ... sound mixer
Michael Kranz ... re-recording mixer
Philippe Lauprete ... boom operator
Philippe Lecoeur ... sound
Andreas Lucas ... creative director/music & sound design
Stephane Rabeau ... assistant sound editor
Wilmont Schulze ... foley artist

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Manfred Büttner ... visual effects producer
Sandra Moll ... visual effects producer
Heiko Schweizer ... digital effects artist

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Michael Antonik ... stunts (as Mike Antonik)
Scott Rhodes ... stunt coordinator / stunts

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Roger Arpajou ... still photographer
Brian Christie ... additional grip
Matthew Deetsch ... additional electrician (as Mathew Deetsch)
John DeFazio ... additional grip
Erik Gonzales ... additional electrician
Raphaelle Gosse-Gardet ... gaffer
Tom Guiney ... grip
Marc Hillygus ... assistant camera
James Mann ... best boy electric
Nicolas Martin ... assistant camera
Craig McNelley ... electrician
Michael P. Prisco Jr. ... additional electrician
Andy Thomas ... key grip

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Catherine Park ... casting assistant

Music Department

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Thierry Garcia ... music supervisor

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Virginie Barbay ... script supervisor
Lucie Bourzam ... production administrator
Delphine Couslan ... production secretary (as Delphine Coualan)
Erik Gonzales ... condor operator
Laurence Granec ... press attache
Joffrey Grosdidier ... production assistant
Karine Menard ... press attache
Cyrus Mostofi ... production administrator
Steven Ritt ... dog trainer

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Kirsten Dunst ... thanks

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Plot Summary

David, an independent photographer, and Katia, an unemployed woman, leave Los Angeles, en route to the southern California desert, where they search a natural set to use as a backdrop for a magazine photo shoot. They find a motel in the town of Twentynine Palms and spend their days in their sport-utility vehicle, discovering the Joshua Tree Desert, and losing themselves on nameless roads and trails. Frantically making love all the time and almost everywhere, they regularly fight, then kiss and make up, with little else going on in their empty relationship and quite ordinary daily life--until something horrible and hideous brutally puts an end to their trip. Written by anonymous

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Also Known As
  • 29 пальм (Russia)
  • 29 palmas - Pasiones salvajes (Mexico)
  • Dwadziescia dziewiec palm (Poland)
  • 29 foinikes (Greece)
  • Eikosiennia foinikes (Greece)
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  • 119 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Casting Director Elisabeth Jereski originally planned to cast Marine Corporal Joshua James in the lead, but was rebuffed by his local Squadron Commander, Lt. Col. F.J. Usry, as the graphic sex scenes and violence would portray the Marine Corps, with which James was actively serving in 29 Palms, in a "less than positive light in the community." See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Das Schöne ist mein Dämon - Der Filmemacher Bruno Dumont (2007). See more »
Soundtracks Akata Sun Dunchi See more »

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