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Songes d'une Femme de Ménage Best Belgian Short

13 Oct 2008

Songes d'une Femme de Ménage by Banu Akseki has won the National Lottery Price for Best Belgian Short Film. The director receives a premium of 5.000 euro. Jazzed by Anton Senola receives a special mention. The price was given by Marc Frederix, marketing director of the National Lottery.

Songes d'une Femme de Ménage is about a charwoman. She has to clean, scrub and vacuum all day long. She's always working for others, while her life passes by without joy. Accidentally she gets to see a gleam of her own loneliness and desperation.

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