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BEING LIGHT

by Pascal Arnold, Jean-Marc Barr

synopsis

Maxime, 25, arrives in Paris, a city he doesn't know. He’s on his way to link up with the woman he loves in India. At the bar of the Raphael Hotel, he meets Jack Lesterhoof, a rich businessman who offers him the job of being his interpreter for an important business meeting. Maxime accepts. So begins a friendship between the two men.

international title: Being Light
original title: Being Light
country: France
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Pascal Arnold, Jean-Marc Barr
film run: 95'
release date: FR 05/12/2001, CZ 05/12/2002, SK 13/11/2003
screenplay: Pascal Arnold, Jean-Marc Barr
cast: Jean-Marc Barr, Romain Duris, Elodie Bouchez, Isabelle Candelier, Philippe Duquesne, Pascal Aubert
cinematography by: Pascal Arnold
film editing: Brian Schmitt
art director: Françoise Rabut
costumes designer: Mimi Lempicka
music: Irina Decermic, Misko Plavi
producer: Pascal Arnold, Karina Grandjean
production: Toloda, Bar-Nothing
distributor: Rezo Films, CinemArt, Asociácia slovenských filmových klubov (ASFK)
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