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by Philippe Claudel


Alessandro is an Italian teacher of Baroque music who lives in Strasbourg with Irina, his fifteen-year-old daughter, who is going though a typical teenage crisis, and her brother Crampone, a sweet and crazy anarchist who has constantly been requesting political asylum ever since Berlusconi came to power. Sometimes Alessandro has the feeling he's raising two teenagers, when he doesn't even realize that he is himself powerless when it comes to existence. Wanting to be a model father, he has forgotten to build a relationship, even more so since he is surrounded by a bunch of pals whose burlesque fantasy prevents him from feeling alone. But when Irina discovers love for the first time, without expecting it, everything will be turned on its head for Alessandro.

international title: Silence of Love
original title: Tous les soleils
country: France
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Philippe Claudel
film run: 105'
release date: BE 30/03/2011, FR 30/03/2011, NL 02/06/2011, ES 22/07/2011
screenplay: Philippe Claudel
cast: Stefano Accorsi, Neri Marcorè, Lisa Cipriani, Clotilde Courau, Anouk Aimée, Philippe Rebbot
cinematography by: Denis Lenoir
film editing: Virginie Bruant
art director: Emmanuelle Cuillery
costumes designer: Martine Rapin
producer: Yves Marmion
production: UGC
distributor: UGC Distribution, Lumière, Benelux film Distributors Netherlands (BFD), Golem Distribución
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