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LE TANGO DES RASHEVSKI

by Sam Garbarski

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The story begins with the death of the grandmother, Rosa. She hated religion and rabbis, yet even so, she’d reserved a site in the Jewish part of the cemetery. The Rashevski family is completely lost. All of a sudden, they’re worried, no longer recognize each other and disagree all the time. They don’t know how to bury her. They already miss her, and their new lives without Rosa are only just beginning. They begin to wonder about their identity and get caught up in very personal preoccupations, as if their lives weren’t already complicated enough. Fortunately, there’s the tango…

original title: Le Tango des Rashevski
country: Belgium, France, Luxembourg
sales agent: FTD - France Télévision Distribution
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Sam Garbarski
film run: 97'
release date: FR 03/09/2003, LU 18/09/2003, BE 10/12/2003
screenplay: Sam Garbarski, Philippe Blasband
cast: Hippolyte Girardot, Ludmila Mikaël, Michel Jonasz, Daniel Mesguich, Nathan Cogan, Jonathan Zaccaï, Tania Garbarski, Rudi Rosenberg, Selma Kouchy, Moscu Alcalay
cinematography by: Virginie Saint-Martin
film editing: Ludo Troch
art director: Véronique Sacrez
costumes designer: Filippa Russo
music: Michaël Galasso
producer: Jani Thiltges
production: Entre Chien et Loup, Archipel 35, Samsa Film
distributor: Abc Distribution, Rezo Films (FR)

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