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Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne

Falsch

Edition 1987
82' - 1987 - War, Drama - Dialogue: French
Director: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne Composer: Jean-Marie Billy, Jan Franssen With: Bruno Cremer, Jacqueline Bollen, Nicole Colchat
At nightfall, a four-engine aircraft landed at an airport. Only one passenger goes down, Joe, the last survivor of the Jewish family Falsch. He has left Berlin for forty years, in 1938. In the arrival room his dead family is there: parents, sister, brother, sister-in-law, aunt (all of them dead in concentration camps), the uncle and his wife (exiled in England, passed in Palestine and returned to die in Berlin) and Lili, the young German, daughter of a Nazi, whom he loved and who died under the bombing of Berlin. A night of celebration but also face to face dramatic for those thirteen people who have all suffered.

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Credits

Director

Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne

Composer

Jean-Marie Billy, Jan Franssen

With

Bruno Cremer, Jacqueline Bollen, Nicole Colchat

Director of Photography

Walter van den Ende, Yves Vandermeeren

Editor

Denise Vindevogel

Producer

Geneviève Robillard

More information

Dialogue

French

Countries of production

Belgium, France

Screenplay based on

"Falsch" (René Kalisky)

Year

1987

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