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BROWNIAN MOVEMENT

by Nanouk Leopold

synopsis

Charlotte and Max live with their young son in Brussels. When Max finds out Charlotte has been taking some of her male patients to a rented apartment, their relationship is put to the test. Charlotte agrees to go to therapy and is forced to stop working as a doctor. When they move to India because of his work, both seem happy again, at least initially. For it appears that their past has not been completely laid to rest.

international title: Brownian Movement
original title: Brownian Movement
country: Netherlands, Germany, Belgium
sales agent: Playtime
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Nanouk Leopold
film run: 102'
release date: NL 24/03/2011, DE 30/06/2011
screenplay: Nanouk Leopold
cast: Dragan Bakema, Sandra Hüller, Ryan Brodie, Nilofer Raza, Sabine Timoteo, Frieda Pittoors, Nicole Shirer, Ergun Simsek, Kuno Bakker, Gelijn Molier
cinematography by: Frank van den Eeden
film editing: Katharina Wartena
art director: Elsje de Bruin
costumes designer: Ulrike Scharfschwerdt
music: Harry de Wit
producer: Stienette Bosklopper
production: Circe Films, Serendipity Films
backing: Films Distribution, Mercure International, Nederlands Fonds voor de Film, MEDIA, Eurimages, VAF, Filmstiftung NRW, Deutscher Filmförder Fonds, 3sat, Rotterdam Media Fonds, CoBo-Fonds
distributor: Cinéart Netherlands B.V., Filmlichter
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