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Three Worlds (film)
|Directed by||Catherine Corsini|
|Produced by||Fabienne Vonier|
|Written by||Catherine Corsini
|Music by||Grégoire Hetzel|
|Edited by||Muriel Breton|
|Distributed by||Pyramide Distribution|
|Budget||$4.8 million |
|Box office||$324.000 |
An ambitious and gifted young man named Al is about to marry the daughter of his boss. This is supposed to make himself the new boss. He celebrates his future with his friends. But when he decides to drive a car in spite of the previous binge drinking he kills somebody. Fearing his prospects to fade away he lets his friends persuade him to commit hit and run.
- Raphaël Personnaz as Al
- Clotilde Hesme as Juliette
- Arta Dobroshi as Vera
- Reda Kateb as Franck
- Alban Aumard as Martin
- Adèle Haenel as Marion
- Jean-Pierre Malo as Testard
- Laurent Capelluto as Frédéric
- Rasha Bukvic as Adrian
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