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by Vincent Bal


Two Belgian brass bands, the Flemish Saint Cecilia and the Walloon En Avant, have both been selected for the great European final. The Walloons are blown into the final by Hugues, their exceptionally talented and handsome trumpet player. When Saint Cecilia’s soloist drops dead on stage, Elke, daughter of the band’s conductor Joseph, has the solution: let’s buy that Walloon super talent out. Brabançonne is a musical romantic comedy about Belgium where all possible means are used to outdo the other: double-crossing, schmaltzy songs and even love.

international title: Brabançonne
original title: Brabançonne
country: Belgium
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Vincent Bal
film run: 100'
release date: BE 10/12/2014, FR 13/07/2016
screenplay: Pierre De Clercq
cast: Amaryllis Uitterlinden, Arthur Dupont, Fabrice Boutique, Tom Audenaert, Jos Verbist, Ivan Pecnik, Koen van Impe, Michel Van Dousselaere, Erika Sainte
cinematography by: Danny Elsen
film editing: Philippe Ravoet
costumes designer: Kristin Van Passel
music: Steve Willaert
producer: Peter Bouckaert
co-producer: Diana Elbaum
production: Entre Chien et Loup, Eyeworks Film & TV Drama NV
distributor: Bardafeu Distribution, Kinepolis Film Distribution, Paradis Films
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