Wild Life (2014 film)

Wild Life (French: Vie sauvage) is a 2014 French-Belgian drama film directed by Cédric Kahn and adapted from the 2010 book Hors système, onze ans sous l'étoile de la liberté by Xavier Fortin, Okwari Fortin, Shahi'Yena Fortin and Laurence Vidal.[3] The film won the Special Jury Prize at the 62nd San Sebastián International Film Festival.[4] In January 2015, the film received three nominations at the 20th Lumières Awards.[5]

Wild Life
Vie sauvage poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byCédric Kahn
Screenplay byCédric Kahn
Nathalie Najem
Based onHors système, onze ans sous l'étoile de la liberté
by Xavier Fortin, Okwari Fortin, Shahi'Yena Fortin and Laurence Vidal
Produced byKristina Larsen
Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Luc Dardenne
Delphine Tomson
StarringMathieu Kassovitz
Céline Sallette
CinematographyYves Cape
Edited bySimon Jacquet
Music byMathias Duplessy
Production
companies
Les Films du Lendemain
Les Films du Fleuve
France 2 Cinéma
Belgacom
Distributed byLe Pacte
Release date
  • 29 October 2014 (2014-10-29) (France & Belgium)
Running time
106 minutes
CountriesFrance
Belgium
LanguageFrench
Budget$6 million [1]
Box office$518.000 [2]

CastEdit

  • Mathieu Kassovitz as Paco (Philippe Fournier)
  • Céline Sallette as Nora (Carole Garcia)
  • David Gastou as Tsali Fournier (9-year-old)
  • Sofiane Neveu as Okyesa Fournier (8-year-old)
  • Romain Depret as Tsali Fournier (teenager)
  • Jules Ritmanic as Okyesa Fournier (teenager)
  • Jenna Thiam as Céline
  • Tara-Jay Bangalter as Thomas (11-year-old)
  • Amandine Dugas as Clara
  • Michaël Dichter as Gaspard
  • Brigitte Sy as Geneviève
  • Julien Thiou as Clovis
  • Judith Simon as Dom

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vie sauvage". JP's Box-Office.
  2. ^ https://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/intl/?id=_fVIESAUVAGE01&country=FR&wk=2014W44&id=_fVIESAUVAGE01&p=.htm
  3. ^ "'Wild Life' ('Vie Sauvage'): San Sebastian Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
  4. ^ "Magical Girl wins top prizes at San Sebastian Film Festival". Screendaily. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
  5. ^ "France's Lumiere Awards Nominations Unveiled". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 13 January 2015.

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