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PRIVATE MADNESS

by Joachim Lafosse

synopsis

Pascale leaves Jan to start a new life with Didier. Unwillingly, Jan accepts to get a babysitter for their seven year old son, Thomas. She leaves him at his family home where she now has to live with her new partner. But when Pascale comes to love with Didier, Jan is still there and refuses to leave the house and separate herself from her child. Very quickly, conflict explodes and in less than a day, the destiny of each character is turned upside down.

international title: Private Madness
original title: Folie Privée
country: Belgium
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Joachim Lafosse
film run: 67'
release date: BE 13/10/2004
screenplay: Joachim Lafosse, Kris Cuppens
cast: Kris Cuppens, Catherine Salée, Vincent Cahay, Mathias Wertz
cinematography by: Frederico d'Ambrosio
film editing: Sophie Vercruysse
music: Stabat Mater (Pergolese)
producer: Joseph Rouschop, Eric Van Zuylen
production: Tarantula Belgique, Ryva Production, Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel de la Communauté française de Belgique, Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds (BE)
distributor: Cinéart, Floris Films (FR)
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