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TONNERRE

by Guillaume Brac

synopsis

“Think carefully. All that may be very romantic, but it could cost you dearly…” When 33-year-old musician Maxime gets this warning, it’s a long way from the tranquillity he came looking for at his father’s place in the remote town of Tonnerre. Just days after his arrival he meets the dazzling 21-year-old beauty Melody. Rather than any of the musical instruments with which he’s surrounded himself to compose his next album, it’s to Melody’s lush curves that his hands inevitably stray. But they are not living out the same story, and a storm is unleashed.

original title: Tonnerre
country: France
sales agent: Wild Bunch
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Guillaume Brac
film run: 100'
release date: FR 29/01/2014
screenplay: Guillaume Brac, Hélène Ruault, Catherine Paillé
cast: Vincent Macaigne, Solène Rigot, Bernard Ménez
cinematography by: Tom Harari
film editing: Damien Maestraggi
art director: Héléna Cisterne
costumes designer: Sandra Besnard, Emmanuelle Pastre
production: Rectangle Productions, Wild Bunch Production, France 3 Cinéma
distributor: Wild Bunch Distribution
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