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The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears (2013)

L'étrange couleur des larmes de ton corps (original title)
Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 12 March 2014 (Belgium)
Returning home from a business trip to discover his wife missing, a man delves deeper and deeper into a surreal kaleidoscope of half-baked leads, seduction, deceit, and murder. Does anyone in the building know something?
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Klaus Tange ... Dan Kristensen
Ursula Bedena Ursula Bedena
Joe Koener Joe Koener
Birgit Yew Birgit Yew
Hans De Munter Hans De Munter ... (as Hans de Munter)
Anna D'Annunzio Anna D'Annunzio ... Barbara
Jean-Michel Vovk Jean-Michel Vovk ... L'inspecteur
Manon Beuchot Manon Beuchot
Romain Roll Romain Roll
Lolita Oosterlynck Lolita Oosterlynck
Delphine Brual Delphine Brual
Sam Louwyck
Sylvia Camarda Sylvia Camarda
Ann de Visscher Ann de Visscher
Michael Fromowicz Michael Fromowicz
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Storyline

Following the disappearance of his wife, a man finds himself on a dark and twisted trail of discovery through the labyrinthine halls of his apartment building. Led on a wild goose chase by cryptic messages from his mysterious neighbours, he becomes entangled in a hellish nightmare as he unlocks their strange fantasies of sensuality and bloodshed. The Strange Colour Of Your Body's Tears is a visually dazzling experience from the creators of Amer that takes you on a journey into mystery and blood soaked terror that you will never forget. Written by Anonymous

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Goofs

In the scene where Dan finds some flowers and a note left for him, the backdrop is a huge mirror. Red blinking lights, probably a reflection from video equipment, can be seen in the mirror. See more »

Crazy Credits

SPOILER: End credits reveal a slightly different title : "L'étrange douleur des larmes de ton corps" ("The strange pain of your body's tears"). See more »

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Referenced in The Devil of Kreuzberg (2015) See more »

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Nell'assolata Alhambra
Written by Bruno Nicolai
Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing Ricordi
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absorbing and beautiful in all its darkness
3 August 2014 | by Raven-1969See all my reviews

"Your dark side is your best side" a man is told as he searches secret passageways of his art-nouveau residence in Brussels. He may be searching inside himself or within his dreams. His wife is missing and presumed murdered along with others in the complex. Things seem to get murkier the more he looks into them. Elegant, bold, sinister, shadowy and stimulating, this film will have to be watched again and again, even by Kafka, in order to make better sense of it. It was intentionally designed this way. Eerie and piercing sounds heighten the effect of the stylish images. At times the repetitive images were too much for me, yet the film is absorbing and beautiful in all its darkness. Seen at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.


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Country:

Belgium | France | Luxembourg

Language:

French | Danish | Flemish

Release Date:

12 March 2014 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Budget:

EUR1,880,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,535, 31 August 2014

Gross USA:

$7,182

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$7,182
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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