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CRACHE CŒUR / Raging Rose

CRACHE CŒUR / Raging Rose

Jozef, a blue-collar Pole, arrives in France to work in construction, but also to find his son Roman, whom he abandoned 15 years earlier. His boss’s daughter, Rose, a teenager in the tumult of sexual awakening, offers to help him in his search. She ends up falling desperately in love with Roman, their encounter having an unexpected impact on both their teenage lives.

JULIA KOWALSKI was born in France to Polish parents in 1979. In her films, she focuses on themes like the working-class environment, Poland, adolescence, family, and sexuality. Her Musique de chambre was selected at acclaimed short film festivals around the world. Raging Rose is Kowalski’s first feature-length movie. It won the Sopadin Award for Best Screenplay in 2014 and premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival 2015 – ACID. // Films (selection): Miedzylesie, au milieu des bois (2003, doc), Bienvenue chez Maciek (2006, doc), Anton dans l’ombre (Anton, in the Shadows, 2010, doc; CE ’11), Musique de chambre (2013, short), Crache coeur (Raging Rose, 2015)

Competition Fiction 2016

JULIA KOWALSKI

France / Poland 2015
DCP / color
80 minutes
OmeU

Screenplay
Cinematography
Simon Beaufils
Editing
Martial Salomon
Sound
Philippe Deschamps
Music
Daniel Kowalski
Cast
Liv Henneguier, Yoann Zimmer, Andrzej Chyra, Artur Steranko, Léa Mesnil, Juliane Lepoureau, Felix Jourdain
Producers
Mina Driouche, Valérie Donzelli, Jérémie Elkaïm (Les Films de Françoise, FR), Maria Blicharska, Monika Sajko Gradowska (Donten & Lacroix Films, PL)

Trailer

Production

Les Films de Françoise
26 rue Danielle Casanova
75002 Paris, France
info@lesfilmsdefrancoise.fr
www.lesfilmsdefrancoise.fr
World Sales

Alpha Violet
14 rue Soleillet, BL 64
75020 Paris, France
info@alphaviolet.com
www.alphaviolet.com

Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Cannes International Film Festival 2015 – ACID

Internat. Premiere /International Premiere
Busan International Film Festival 2015

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere