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by Danis Tanovic


Two expert war photographers, Mark and David, are working in war torn Kurdistan. Mark is highly ambitious and wants to pursue the fighting in search of the ultimate shot but David has had enough of it all and leaves to go home to his pregnant wife Diane. When Mark returns bloody and bruised to his home in Ireland a few days later, he is shocked to hear David hasn't made it home. Exhausted, disorientated, obsessed by ghosts of violence and unable to pick up his old life with Elena, the man visibly deteriorates. In hospital, the doctors conclude that his paralysis is a psychological problem linked to something that happened to David, which Mark does not want to remember. It will be discovered by Joaquien, an elder psychiatrist specialising in war injuries who previously worked in the "recovery" of war criminals after the Spanish Civil War.

international title: Triage
original title: Triage
country: Ireland, Spain, Belgium, France
sales agent: HanWay Films
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Danis Tanovic
release date: ES 13/11/2009, FI 27/11/2009, IT 27/11/2009, SE 04/12/2009, FR 16/06/2010
screenplay: Danis Tanovic
cast: Colin Farrell, Kelly Reilly, Paz Vega, Christopher Lee, Jamie Sives, Branko Djurić Djuro
cinematography by: Seamus Deasy
film editing: Francesca Calvelli, Gareth Young
art director: Derek Wallace
costumes designer: Lorna Marie Mugan
music: Lucio Godoy
producer: Marc Baschet, Alan Moloney, Čedomir Kolar, Mariela Besuievski, Tim Baish
production: ASAP Films, Parallel Films, Tornasol Films, RAI Cinema
backing: Irish Film Board
distributor: 01 Distribution
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