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Amanda ()


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After his sister is brutally killed, David finds himself in charge of his 7 year old niece, Amanda.

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David Sorel
Isaure Multrier ...
Amanda Sorel
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Léna
Ophélia Kolb ...
Sandrine Sorel
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Maud Sorel
Jonathan Cohen ...
Axel
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Raja
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Alison
Bakary Sangaré ...
Le directeur de la Maison des Enfants
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Lydia
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Eve - la mère de Léna
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L'assistante sociale
Lily Bensliman ...
La journaliste au café
Raphaël Thiéry ...
Moïse
Leah Lapiower ...
Emmanuelle - la baby-sitter
Luke Haines ...
L'homme de la Tamise
Lawrence Valin ...
Le père indien
Carole Rochet ...
La gardienne de l'école
Jeanne Candel ...
La première jeune femme à l'hôpital
Lisa Wisznia ...
La seconde jeune femme à l'hôpital
Missia Piccoli ...
La mère au lycée
David Olivier Fischer ...
Le père au lycée
Christopher Koderisch ...
Le premier tennisman à Wimbledon
Lennart Zynga ...
Le second tennisman à Wimbledon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chiara Vergne ...
La fille du lycée

Directed by

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Mikhaël Hers

Written by

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Maud Ameline ... (screenplay)
 
Mikhaël Hers ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Philip Boëffard ... associate producer
Rémi Burah ... co-producer
Marie-Elena Dyche ... line producer
Pierre Guyard ... producer
Ève Machuel ... executive producer (as Eve François-Machuel)
Olivier Père ... co-producer
Christophe Rossignon ... associate producer

Music by

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Anton Sanko

Cinematography by

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Sébastien Buchmann

Film Editing by

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Marion Monnier

Editorial Department

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Sanabel Cherqaoui ... first assistant editor
Marine Chiu ... assistant editor
Mathilde Delacroix ... colorist
Lila Desiles ... assistant editor
Aurélien Klintzig ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Estelle Chailloux
Marion Touitou ... (casting by)

Production Design by

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Charlotte de Cadeville

Costume Design by

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Caroline Spieth

Makeup Department

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Tina Rovère ... key makeup artist
David Scherer ... prosthetic makeup artist

Production Management

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Julien Chapeaucou ... assistant unit manager
Pierre Delaunay ... production manager
Pierre-Yves Frohard ... assistant production manager
Céline Touraine ... assistant unit manager
Clara Vincienne ... post-production supervisor
Laurent Weitmann ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Eric du Bellay ... assistant director
Lucas Loubaresse ... first assistant director
Clothilde Metral ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Nicolas Chick ... set dresser
Matthias Garrouste ... property master
Alice Leconte ... art department coordinator
Philippe Meynard ... chief painter
Elsa Noyons ... graphic designer
Edouard Partoes ... set dresser
Camille Raoult ... art assistant: uk

Sound Department

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Julien Gigliotti ... boom operator
Dimitri Haulet ... sound engineer
Daniel Sobrino ... re-recording mixer
Vincent Vatoux ... sound editor
Gregory Vincent ... foley artist

Visual Effects by

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Benjamin Blatière ... digital compositor
Alain Carsoux ... visual effects supervisor
Jeremie Leroux ... visual effects supervisor
Kevin Pacini ... visual effects coordinator
Olivier Tournayre ... digital compositor / lead roto artist

Stunts

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Michel Benoit ... stunt performer
Stéphane Boulay ... stunt performer
Gérard Colasuonno ... stunt performer
Bruno Leblanc ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Thibault Bru ... electrician
Julie Conte ... second unit
Stephen Coquin ... visual effects video assist
Hélène Degrandcourt ... first assistant camera
Laetitia Duvert ... gaffer
Benjamin Groussain ... steadicam operator
Cécile Hannequin ... electrician
William Herrero ... grip
Angèle Laroche ... electrician
Thibault Maillard ... additional electrician
Haruyo Yokota ... second assistant camera
Sébastien Buchmann ... camera operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Manon Garnier ... casting assistant
Marjolaine Grandjean ... casting associate
Marine Richard ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Adrien Durupt ... additional wardrobe

Location Management

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Alistair Artault ... location scout: London
Antoine Dubois ... location scout
Alessandra Gonnella ... location assistant
Paul Hills ... location manager
Rémy Jantin ... location scout
Samuel Rodriguez-Mallet ... location scout: paris unit

Music Department

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Jamie Harley ... music advisor
Ted Hinckley ... orchestra contractor
Jano Manzali ... assistant to composer / lead arranger
Drew Mikuska ... conductor / orchestrator
Marc Daniel Nelson ... scoring recordist: scoring mixer
Matthieu Sibony ... music supervisor
Alex Cap ... music preparation (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Camille Sauzeau ... additional script supervisor
Anaïs Sergeant ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Tony Arnoux ... press attache
Louisa Dent ... Managing Director: Curzon Artificial Eye
Manon Garnier ... coach: children
Harriet Harper-Jones ... acquisitions manager: Curzon Artificial Eye
Mac Hughes ... production assistant
Theo Jessel ... production assistant
André-Paul Ricci ... press attache

Thanks

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Christel Dewynter ... thanks
Nathanaël Karmitz ... thanks
Eric Lagesse ... thanks

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Mein Leben mit Amanda (Germany)
  • Mi vida con Amanda (Spain)
  • Новая жизнь Аманды (Russia)
  • Аманда (Ukraine)
  • Mein Leben mit Amanda (Austria)
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Runtime
  • 107 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Mikhaël Hers was born on February 6, 1975 in Paris. He studied in the production department at La Fémis, from which he graduated in 2004. He then directed three short films: Charell (presented at the Critics' Week, Cannes Film Festival 2006), Primrose Hill (also presented at the Semaine de la Critic, Cannes Festival 2007, and awarded at Clermont Ferrand) and Montparnasse (presented at the Directors' Fortnight, Cannes Film Festival 2009, and winner of the Jean Vigo Prize). After Memory Lane (Locarno Festival 2010) and This Feeling of Summer (Rotterdam Festival 2016), Amanda is his third feature film. It has been selected in the Orizzonti section at the Venice Festival 2018. See more »
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