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After Fall, Winter ()


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WINTER is a dangerous, sexy, poignant and at times darkly funny story about two people who desperately want intimacy but have fashioned lives of reclusivity and emotional fracture which... See more »

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Michael
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Sophie
Marie Luneau ...
Anais
Christian Mulot ...
Charles
Sylvie Loeillet ...
Natalie
Niseema Theillaud ...
Sophie's Mother
Heather Aitken ...
Head Nurse
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Nurse
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Antoine
Murielle Huet des Aunay ...
Domina X (as Muriel Huet Des Aunay)
Akéla Sari ...
Gypsy (as Akela Sari)
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Caroline
Anna Gaylor ...
Cécile
Manuel Bonnet ...
Robert
Chloé Stefani ...
Hooker Veronica (as Chloe Stefani)
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Chloe

Directed by

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Eric Schaeffer

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Eric Schaeffer ... (written by)

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Bruce Aitken ... co-producer
Ed Flaherty ... producer
Edward Flaherty ... producer
Michele Larue ... co-producer
Seán Michael ... co-producer
Zach Miller ... producer
Eric Schaeffer ... producer
Deborah Twiss ... co-producer

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Matthew Puckett

Cinematography by

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Zoran Veljkovic

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Frank Reynolds

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H. Spencer Young ... colorist / on-line editor

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Sylvie Brocheré

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Chloé Briand ... additional makeup artist
Alisonn Fetouaki ... makeup artist
Pierre Olivier Persin ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Karima Guennouni ... assistant production manager
H. Spencer Young ... post-production supervisor

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Claire Delâtre ... second assistant director
Raphaël Holt ... third assistant director (as Raphael Holt)
David Villemin ... first assistant director

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David Jallier ... property master

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Jérôme Ayasse ... sound mixer
Chen Harpaz ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor

Stunts

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Philippe Guégan ... stunts

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Yvain Bois ... electrician
Nicolas Cagniard ... steadicam operator
Bruno Dransart ... grip
Sébastien Greveldinger ... gaffer
Olivier Kluyskens ... additional grip
Rémy Pigeard ... additional electrician
Jean-Michel Pitois ... additional best boy electric
Sylvia Rodrigues ... key grip
Hilda Sealy ... first assistant camera

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Pierrick Boilevin ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Eugénie Poumaillou ... wardrobe

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Cathie Muller ... caterer
Saba ... subtitle supervisor
Chloe Schulberg ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

WINTER is a dangerous, sexy, poignant and at times darkly funny story about two people who desperately want intimacy but have fashioned lives of reclusivity and emotional fracture which ultimately spells the doom of their great love. WINTER begins with Michael, in his mid forties, suicidal about his writing career, which once flourished and now is on a downturn. He leaves his home in New York and goes to Paris in hopes of igniting his passion for writing and life. He also has a penchant for S and M. Soon after is arrival he meets Sophie, a sexy, smart, soulful, nurse who helps dying people transition to the after world. She and Michael instantly have chemistry albeit combative. Sophie has a secret. Her other job is being a dominatrix. Throughout the film, Sophie is nursing a little girl, Anais, who is dying of leukemia. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • After Fall, Winter (France)
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  • 132 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This is a sequel to Michael's film "Fall," released in the late 90's. See more »
Movie Connections Follows Fall (1997). See more »
Soundtracks Chanson d'Hiver See more »
Quotes Michael: I lied... it was always devastating. Always a crucifixion. What women will never understand is the weight of having to be the constant pursuer... and the pain of every death when it's a no.
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