Director Anne Levy-Morelle
Country Belgium France
|Release date 1997|
Gabriel's Dream (French: Le Rêve de Gabriel) is a documentary film directed by Anne Lévy-Morelle. It tells the story of Gabriel de Halleux, an established businessman who, in late 1940s, decided to leave everything and start a new life in Chile Chico, in the depths of the Chilean Patagonia. In December 1997, Gabriel's Dream received the André Cavens Award for Best Film given by the Belgian Film Critics Association (UCC).
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