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Trotteur

Canada, 2011 (MIFF 2012, Fiction)

Director: Arnaud Brisebois, Francis Leclerc

Trotteur

A young man attempts to outrun a stream train across a snow-filled wilderness in this visually stunning metaphorical tale of adversity from the Head of the Art Department on 300 and the director of Looking for Alexander.

D Arnaud Brisebois, Francis Leclerc P Antonello Cozzolino S Arnaud Brisebois WS PHI Films L no dialogue TD 35mm/2011

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