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Love Me Haiti (2014)

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A woman struggles to free her husband after he's kidnapped and trapped in a prison cell. What she encounters would become one of the greatest true stories ever told.


Hugues Gentillon


Alexander Stuart (screenplay), Joyce Mccauley-benner (screenplay) | 3 more credits »



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Credited cast:
Aurelia Khazan ... Marie Forstner
Pierre-louis Dieufaite Pierre-louis Dieufaite ... Jeudi Forstner
Deoud Gentillon Deoud Gentillon ... Jailor
François Meknes François Meknes ... Prisoner
Jean-Mary Volney Jean-Mary Volney ... Guard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Léopold Jean Léopold Jean


In Haiti, Dr Jeudi Forstner is kidnapped and trapped in a prison cell under the charge of voluntary manslaughter. His wife, Marie Forstner, believes that he did not commit the crime. She begins a journey to free him. What she encounters would become one of the greatest true stories ever told.

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Freedom fight of Haiti prisoner See more »


Short | Drama | Thriller



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Official site | Official site


Sweden | USA | Haiti | Poland


Haitian | French | Latin | English

Release Date:

May 2014 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Люби меня, Гаити See more »

Filming Locations:

Port-au-Prince, Haiti


Box Office


$25,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Yugy See more »
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Technical Specs


| (theatrical)

Sound Mix:

Stereo (RCA Sound Recording)


Color (HD)| Color
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Love Me Haiti
Written by 'Johan Allerfeldt'
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A high quality low - budget film.
22 June 2014 | by konpamusicSee all my reviews

I saw this film at ZIFF. It was one of the best films presented in the Old Fort this year. To my taste, this short film was better than the big budget films ZIFF presented this year, even better than Mandela:Long Walk to Freedom, another big- budget failure at the box office.

It is time for independent filmmakers to learn that one can only make Hollywood with Hollywood, neither with Sollywood nor with Nollywood.

For a low budget film, the director did a great job, and the acting performance is believable.

The only thing I didn't like in this film is the music, as I am a fan of silent film. To my taste, I think that the images would be better without music. The music has a dramatic overtone. It adds emphasis on the drama in Haiti, but a bit too much.

Overall, it is a great story. It should be developed into a feature film.

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