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International title Vincent and the End of the World
Section 54 edición - Enfants Terribles
Country Bélgica, Francia
Year 2016
Running time 121 min.
Original language Francés, Holandés
Director Christophe Van Rompaey
Screenplay Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem
Film Editing Alain Dessauvage
Photography David Williamson
Music Nicolas Repac
Art direction Hubert Pouille
Costume Kristin Van Passel
Production Emmanuel Giraud, Dries Phlypo, Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem
Cast Alexandra Lamy, Spencer Bogaert, Barbara Sarafian, Frédéric Epaud, Geert Van Rampelberg
Producer A Private View
Distribution Company Beta Cinema
Synopsis Vincent is 17, feels totally misunderstood by his dysfunctional family and is absolutely convinced that the whole world heads to an environmental catastrophe, so he has decided to end his short life… Again. He doesn’t count on the arrival of her aunt Nicole, from Paris, who decides to take him to the French capital in spite of Vincent’s mother opposition and of the disappointment of his obnoxious sister. Thus begins an awkward trip full of arguments, fights, laughter and tears which forces Vincent and Nicole not just to put up and live with each other, but also to change their way of thinking and see life.
Director bio Christophe Van Rompaey started his career directing short films and TV sitcoms. His first film, Moscow, Belgium (2008) was a huge comercial hit in Flanders and got three awards in the Critics’ Week in Cannes. Vincent is his third film and the second time he works with writer Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem.