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SMUGGLERS’ SONGS

by Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche

synopsis

Following the execution of Louis Mandrin, the famous mid-18th century outlaw and popular hero, his comrades begin a new smuggling operation in the French provinces, organizing black markets to sell tobacco, fabrics and precious commodities. These smugglers also write songs in honour of Mandrin that they print and distribute to peasants throughout the land...

international title: Smugglers’ Songs
original title: Les Chants de Mandrin
country: France
sales agent: mk2 films
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
release date: FR 25/01/2012
screenplay: Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
cast: Jacques Nolot, Kenji Levan, Christian Milia-Darmezin, Sylvain Roume, Salim Ameur-Zaïmeche, Jean-Luc Nancy, Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
cinematography by: Irina Lubtchansky
costumes designer: Vervandier Christiane
music: Clastrier Valentin
production: Sarrazink Productions
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