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 Forbidden innocence

Synopsis

Every night, Paul, a man in his thirties, wakes up from terrible nightmares. Although he can’t remember anything about these nightmares they nevertheless throw him in to a terrible state of anxiety. One day, during psychoanalysis, Paul becomes aware of the origin of his problems by re-experiencing the heavy atmosphere of his early childhood. He embarks on a cathartic journey that will open the door on the possibility of freeing himself.

Technical data/specifications

Fiction / 11 min / Colour / 35 mm / 1;1.85 / Dolby SR / 1994 / OV French with English subtitles

with Christian Crahay, Georges Siatidis, Fabienne Loriaux, Kevin Jacobs
written, directed and produced by Guy Maezelle
production director : Patrick Lauber
photography : Michel Houssiau
sound : Marc Lacroix
cutting : Nathalie Delvoye
mixer : Benoît Biral

     
   
       
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Prizes :
- Finalist Award in the 28th Houston World Film Festival (U.S.A.)
- Jury's Citation Award in the 15th Black Maria Int. Film Festival (U.S.A.)
- Fuji Photography Award in the 20th Flanders Int. Film Festival (Belgium)
- Official selection in the 48th Locarno Int. Film Festival (Switzerland)
- Official selection in the 20th Atlanta Int. Film Festival (U.S.A.)

Selected for the following festivals :
- Int. Brussels Film Festival (Belgium)
- Media 10/10 : Int. Short Film Festival of Namur (Belgium)
- Oberhausen : Int. Film Festival (Germany)
- International Film Festival of Figueira Da Foz (Portugal)
- Le Court en Dit Long : Int. Short Film Festival of Paris (France)
- Solothurn Film Days (Switzerland)
- Semana De Cinema Experimental de Madrid (Spain)
- Noir In Film Festival : Int. Fantastic Film Festival (Italy)
- De Nevers a l’Aube : Int. Short Film Festival (France)
- etc…