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ALL GOOD CHILDREN

by Alicia Duffy

synopsis

The story of Dara and Eoin, two young Irish children of 11 and 12, who have to go and live at their aunt’s house in France, following their mother’s suicide. Eoin soon tries to run away. Terrified at the idea of being abandoned, Dara seeks comfort from young English neighbour Bella. Between them a friendship forms, turning into a true obsession for Dara. Realising his feelings are not reciprocated, the boy retreats to the forest. Reality and dream merge and he soon sinks into madness.

international title: All Good Children
original title: All Good Children
country: Ireland, France, Belgium
sales agent: Coach 14
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Alicia Duffy
cast: David Wilmot, Jack Gleeson, David Brazil, Imogen Jones, Austin Moulton, Kate Duchene, Martin Firket, Thierry Waseige
cinematography by: Nanu Segal
film editing: Nicolas Chaudeurge
art director: Igor Gabriel
costumes designer: Lorna Marie Mugan
producer: Jonathan Cavendish, Tom Dercourt, Patrick Quinet
production: Element Pictures, Cinéma Defacto, Artémis Productions
backing: Eurimages, l’Irish Film Board, UK Film Council, Film Four, Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel de la Communauté française de Belgique , Wallimage, CRRAV (région Nord-Pas de Calais), Canal +
distributor: Shellac Distribution, Cinéart, Element Pictures
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