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Irina, la mallette rouge (2014)

Bosnia, 1995. Violence among ethnic groups persists in the aftermath of a civil war. Chased by some militiamen, 9-year-old Irina and her father fled. Her father, hit by a sniper's shot, ... See full summary »

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Bernard Mazauric
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Credited cast:
Patrick Albenque Patrick Albenque ... Joseph
Aman Bain Aman Bain ... Irina
Philippe Blancher Philippe Blancher ... Militaire
Lydia Chassaing Lydia Chassaing ... La grand-mère
Anna Cottis ... Alma
Richard Deiss Richard Deiss ... Igor
Sigal Diamant ... Chloe Young Woman
Patrick Dross Patrick Dross ... Medhi
Axel Honounou Axel Honounou ... Un lieutenant
Valérie Kirkorian Valérie Kirkorian
Chrystelle Labaude Chrystelle Labaude ... Fatima
Colin David Reese ... Arif
Matthew Shanfari Matthew Shanfari ... Malik
Marine Vincent Marine Vincent ... Samia
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Bosnia, 1995. Violence among ethnic groups persists in the aftermath of a civil war. Chased by some militiamen, 9-year-old Irina and her father fled. Her father, hit by a sniper's shot, leaves Irina alone and left to fend for herself. She finds refuge in an isolated farm of a Bosnian family and befriends the young Malik, but prejudices and resentments will soon disrupt the life of this family without history and threaten the nascent friendship between the two children. Written by Cinefil

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

3 September 2014 (France) See more »

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Kedubonheur Productions See more »
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1.78 : 1
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