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Emma Peeters

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Emma Peeters is a 2018 Belgian-Canadian romantic comedy film directed by Nicole Palo.

Emma Peeters
Directed byNicole Palo
Produced byGregory Zalcman
Alon Knoll
Serge Noël
Written byNicole Palo
StarringMonia Chokri
Fabrice Adde
Stéphanie Crayencour
Andréa Ferréol
Edited byFrédérique Broos
Release date
2018
Running time
87 minutes
CountryBelgium
Canada
LanguageFrench


Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Emma Peeters will soon be 35. After years of hardship in Paris in trying to become an actress, she plans to commit suicide to make something of her life. She sets the date in a week’s time, on her birthday. For better or for worse, she meets Alex Bodart, a fanciful funeral home employee who proposes to help her…

Cast[edit | edit source]

  • Monia Chokri : Emma
  • Fabrice Adde : Alex
  • Stéphanie Crayencour : Lulu
  • Andréa Ferréol : Bernadette
  • Anne Sylvain : Maman
  • Jean-Henri Compère : Papa
  • Thomas Mustin : Bob
  • Jean-Noël Delfanne : Serge
  • Aran Bertetto : Pietro
  • Hervé Piron : The Shaman
  • Ingrid Heiderscheidt : The producer
  • Christophe Lambert : The casting director

Release[edit | edit source]

Emma Peeters was nominated as Closing Film for the 2018 Giornate Degli Autori in Venice.

The movie received the Best Director Award at the Festival de la Comédie de Monte-Carlo from the president of the jury, director Emir Kusturica.

Awards[edit | edit source]

  • Monte-Carlo Film Festival : Best Director

Nominations[edit | edit source]

  • Giornate degli autori : Closing Film
  • Cinemania of Montréal
  • Festival International du film francophone de Tübingen - Stuttgart
  • Arras Film festival
  • Tournai Ramdam Festival :Closing Film
  • Göteborg Film Festival
  • Santa Barbara International Film Festival
  • Monte-Carlo Film Festival
  • Festival du cinéma belge de Moustier
  • Chicago European Union Film Festival
  • Festival du Film Francophone de Grèce
  • Seattle International Film Festival
  • Edinburgh International Film Festival

References[edit | edit source]


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