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BELGIUM , France , Luxembourg | 102 minutes | 2013

Lock the giallo in an Art Nouveau building, and you get a paranoid caper, petrifying yet intensely beautiful.
After starting off with a bang with Amer, the team of Cattet/Forzani come back for more with another cinematic dream/nightmare. In this intricate puzzle laced with secret passageways, a man investigates a woman’s necessarily fatal disappearance. As well as having one of the most fantastic titles in film history, L’Étrange couleur des larmes de ton corps is an extaordinary sensory experience.

DIRECTORS HÉLÈNE CATTET AND BRUNO FORZANI WILL BE PRESENT


With the support of Wallonie Bruxelles Delegation

Programs

Thursday October 5, 2017

Program #13
17:00
Cinémathèque - Salle Principale

Hélène Cattet

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Bruno Forzani

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distribution and credits

  • Screenplay Bruno Forzani, Hélène Cattet
  • Interpreter Klaus Tange, Ursula Bedena, Joe Koener

contact

  • Strand Releasing

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