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Backstage (2005 film)

Backstage
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Directed by Emmanuelle Bercot
Produced by Caroline Benjo
Written by Emmanuelle Bercot
Jérôme Tonnerre
Starring Emmanuelle Seigner
Music by Laurent Marimbert
Cinematography Agnès Godard
Editing by Julien Leloup
Distributed by Haut et Court
Release date(s) 16 November 2005
Running time 155 minutes
Country France
Language French

Backstage is a French film directed by Emmanuelle Bercot, released in 2005. It was screened in the Official Selection (Out of Competition) category of the 62nd Venice International Film Festival.

Synopsis

Lucie, who is 17 years old, is an ordinary teenager and a fan of the popular singer, Lauren Marks, played by Emmanuelle Seigner. One day, Lucie’s destiny leads her to enter into the life of her idol.

Cast

  • Lauren Marks : Emmanuelle Seigner
  • Lucie : Isild Le Besco
  • Juliette : Noémie Lvovsky
  • Seymour : Valéry Zeitoun
  • Daniel : Samuel Benchetrit
  • Marie-Line : Edith Le Merdy
  • Jean-Claude : Jean-Paul Walle Wa Wana
  • Nanou : Mar Sodupe
  • A Director : Eric Lartigau
  • The chambermaid : Lise Lamétrie
  • Lauren’s father : Claude Duneton
  • Gisèle : Joëlle Miquel

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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