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Karnaval

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Language  French
Director  Thomas Vincent
Country  France
Release date  3 March 1999 (1999-03-03)

Video peserta karnaval terlucu dan kreatif di tahun 2017


Karnaval is a French film directed by Thomas Vincent and was released 3 March 1999. The film was nominated for a César Award for Best Debut in 2000. At the 49th Berlin International Film Festival in 1999 it won the Alfred Bauer Prize, a prize awarded in memory of the festival founder.

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Plot

While Dunkirk is in the midst of its Carnival, Larbi, tired of working for nothing for his father, decides to pack it in and re-make his life in the sun of Marseille. When he is waiting for the first train which is to leave in the early hours of the morning, he makes the acquaintance of Béa (Sylvie Testud), who is with her drunk husband. He is straight away captivated by the young woman and she carries him along with her in her passion for the Carnival.

The film captures well the character and mad ambience of the extraordinary Dunkirk Carnival. The opinions of the Carnival's friends however remain divided. Some find the picture given here of the Dunkirk Carnival too negative, while others appreciate the film, which was shot in the midst of the Carnival.

Cast

  • Sylvie Testud as Béa
  • Amar Ben Abdallah as Larbi
  • Clovis Cornillac as Christian
  • Martine Godart as Isabelle
  • Jean-Paul Rouve as Pine
  • Thierry Bertein as Gigi
  • Dominique Baeyens as Doriane
  • Hervé Pierre as Verhoeven
  • Malek Kateb as Larbis Vater
  • Karim Attia as Nasser
  • Manon Seys as Emilie
  • References

    Karnaval Wikipedia


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