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HOT COALS

by Boris Baum

synopsis

Paris, 2013. "Prince" Antoine has been locked up in a castle by the spirit and the authority of his mother. Time has stopped. He can't die before realizing that his life is important and that he must heal it. Apart from "Lucilius," he would like to be taught that each second counts. Defying the rules, he heads off in his car and runs over Liz, a young, penniless woman. She becomes these minutes, these hours to be lived intensely in his head, his crazy ideas. Will the world that they both create, the time bubble in which they sink bring them back to reality?

international title: Hot Coals
original title: Une braise sur la neige
country: France, Belgium
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Boris Baum
film run: 60'
release date: FR 9/04/2014
screenplay: Boris Baum
cast: Xavier Gallais, Chiara Capitani, Johan Libéreau, Jonathan Bruzat, Myriam Derbal, Enrico Di Giovanni, Marc Ségala, Audrey Legrand
cinematography by: Rémy Barbot
film editing: Tuong Vi Nguyen-Long
art director: Jules Gaboriau
costumes designer: Axel Boursier
music: Frederic Alvarez
producer: Boris Baum
production: Les Films de la Récré
distributor: Grizouille Films
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