Through the Forest (film)

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Through the Forest
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Film poster
French À travers la forêt
Directed by Jean-Paul Civeyrac
Written byJean-Paul Civeyrac
Starring Camille Berthomier
Aurélien Wiik
CinematographyCéline Bozon
Music by John Cage
Antonín Dvořák
Camille Berthomier
Les films Pelléas
Release date
  • 2 July 2005 (2005-07-02)(Paris Cinéma)
Running time
65 minutes

Through the Forest (French : À travers la forêt) is a 2005 French film directed by Jean-Paul Civeyrac. [1] [2]



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Film screenshot

After a motorcycle accident, Renaud dies. His girlfriend Armelle (Camille Berthomier) can't forget him. Her sisters suggest she could go to a medium for help. Through this medium, Armelle encounters Hyppolite, who looks exactly like Renaud.



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  1. "A travers la forêt". Retrieved 2015-07-29.
  2. "A travers la forêt". Retrieved 2015-07-29.