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by Christophe Wagner


In February 1945, Jules returns to Luxembourg. To escape conscription, he fled the country and joined the resistance movement in France. Back in his hometown, Jules hopes to find peace of mind and put the war behind him. But he returns to a country devastated by the Battle of the Bulge and deeply divided from four years of occupation. His sister Mathilde is now engaged to Armand, the leader of the local resistance and his girlfriend Leonie has another man in her life. Jules nevertheless resumes a relationship with her and accepts a post as an auxiliary policeman. When Leonie is assassinated along with the German farmers she works for, the life Jules was struggling to rebuild collapses. The ensuing investigation will reveal grey areas of the Occupation along with the efforts made in high places to cover them up.

international title: Tomorrow After the War
original title: Eng Nei Zäit
country: Luxembourg, Belgium
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Christophe Wagner
film run: 106'
release date: LU 14/10/2015
screenplay: Viviane Thill, Christophe Wagner
cast: Eugénie Anselin, Fabienne Hollwege, André Jung, Jean-Paul Maes
cinematography by: Jako Raybaut
film editing: Jean-Luc Simon
art director: André Fonsny
costumes designer: Magdalena Labuz
producer: Claude Waringo
co-producer: Patrick Quinet
production: Samsa Film, Artémis Productions
backing: Film Fund Luxembourg, Centre du cinéma et de l'audiovisuel de la défération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Voo, Wallonie, région de Bruxelles Capitale
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