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by Raphaël Nadjari


Hannah, a singer with a passion for classical music, conducts a choir in Montreal with her pianist husband Daniel. They make a living from concerts of sacred French music, veritable heritage treasures, composed for synagogues of end of nineteenth/beginning of twentieth century France. But for some time now, they have been struggling to keep their choir afloat. When they recruit Abigail, a young, gifted, and fragile women who gives them new hope, Samuel, Hannah's former teacher, arrives in Montreal with an ancient piece of music once considered lost...

international title: Night Song
original title: Mobile Etoile
country: France, Canada
sales agent: mk2 films
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Raphaël Nadjari
film run: 119'
release date: FR 27/04/2016
screenplay: Raphaël Nadjari, Vincent Poymiro
cast: Géraldine Pailhas, Luc Picard, Eléonore Lagacé, Marcel Sabourin, Paule Baillargeon
cinematography by: Benoit Beaulieu
film editing: Elric Robichon
costumes designer: Pierre Moreau
music: Jérôme Lemonnier
producer: Alexis Dantec, Frédéric Bellaïche, Anne-Marie Gélinas
co-producer: Julie Paratian
production: The French Connection, Sister Productions, Ema films (CA)
backing: CNC’s advance on receipts, Franco-Canadian co-production aid programme, Procirep, Aquitaine region, SODEC, Téléfilm Canada, Cinémage 9, Sofitvciné 2, BMEDIA
distributor: Zootrope Films
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