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L’ENCLOS DU TEMPS

by Jean-Charles Fitoussi

synopsis

Théophile spends his holidays in Italy, in the Marche hills, and enjoys the freedom he finds at his grandfather’s. The latter, who lives a reclusive life, becomes seriously ill and the child calls for a doctor, William Stein, who had saved the old man’s life seven years ago. Stein sends his best nurse along… who is absolutely free to do as she pleases.

original title: L’Enclos du temps
country: France
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
film run: 67'
cast: Brunella Fabris, Marielle Chevallier, Catherine Voiriot, David Brouzet, Pierre Locardel, Pierre-yves Quiviger, Christelle Piccarreta, Emmanuel Levaufre, Cécile Reboul, Bénédicte Gady, Théophile Gady
cinematography by: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
film editing: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
music: César Franck, Joseph Haydn, Gioacchino Rossini
producer: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
production: Aura été Production
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