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by Bruno Dumont


Today, in Flanders, the local young men leave as soldiers to fight in a distant land. The story of soldiers going to the front, their march, the comrades, the misery of war. The wait for horror – the horror itself – and what happens after, when they have to become men again...

"The story of an ordinary guy who comes back from the front as a bastard." Bruno Dumont

international title: Flanders
original title: Flandres
country: France
sales agent: Playtime
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Bruno Dumont
release date: FR 30/08/2006, NL 01/02/2007, SE 20/04/2007, BE 25/04/2007, UK 06/07/2007, HU 16/10/2007
screenplay: Bruno Dumont
cast: Samuel Boidin, Adélaïde Leroux, Inge Decaesteker, Patrice Venant, Henri Cretel, David Dewaele
cinematography by: Yves Cape
film editing: Guy Lecorne
costumes designer: Alexandra Charles
producer: Jean Bréhat, Rachid Bouchareb
production: 3B Productions, ARTE France Cinéma
backing: Centre National de la Cinématographie, Crrav, Le Fresnoy
distributor: Tadrart Films, Øst for Paradis, Folkets Bio, Agora Films, Cirko Film
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