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Mathilde

World premiere
Director Jocelyne Moreau
Choreographer Marie Goeminne
Netherlands 2021
8 minutes
English subtitle
*Mathilde* is based on the 19th century novel 'A Love Story' by Dutch author Lodewijk van Deyssel.

Synopsis

Mathilde is a short film based in parts of the 19th century novel 'A Love Story' by Dutch author Lodewijk van Deyssel. Mathilde is estranged from herself and her surroundings by a long-term illness. She is advised to go and live in the countryside for a while. One evening she comes out of her lethargy and has a breakthrough.

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Mathilde is a short film based in parts of the 19th century novel 'A Love Story' by Dutch author Lodewijk van Deyssel. Mathilde is estranged from herself and her surroundings by a long-term illness. She is advised to go and live in the countryside for a while. One evening she comes out of her lethargy and has a breakthrough.

Full credits

Section
New Dutch
Director
Jocelyne Moreau
Choreographer
Marie Goeminne
Production countries
Netherlands
Production year
2021
Duration
8 minutes
Producer
RAW culturele producties
Website
https://jocelynemoreau.com/

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