NOS BATAILLES

by Guillaume Senez
OUR STRUGGLES

Informations

Nation: Belgium

Year: 2018

Length: 98'

36° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

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Synopsis

Olivier does the best he can to fight injustice with his comrades at work. But from one day to the next, when his wife Laura abandons the family home, he is left alone to juggle between the children’s needs, life’s daily challenges and his job. Faced with these new responsibilities, he struggles to find a right balance.

Director

Guillaume Senez

Guillaume  Senez

Guillaume Senez (Brussels, Belgium, 1978) studied at the Institut national de radioélectricité et de cinématographie, from which he graduated in 2001. He debuted as a director with the short La quadrature du cercle (2006), which was followed by Dans nos veines (2009), nominated for the Unifrance Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, and U.H.T. (2012). Keeper (2015), his first feature-length film, received over twenty awards, including the Jury Award for Best Film at Torino Film Festival.

Filmography:
La quadrature du cercle (cm, 2006), Dans nos veines (cm, 2009), U.H.T. (cm, 2012), Keeper (2015), Nos batailles (2018)

Cast and Credits

regia/director
Guillaume Senez
sceneggiatura/screenplay
Guillaume Senez, Raphaëlle Desplechin
fotografia/cinematography
Elin Kirschfink
montaggio/film editing
Julie Brenta
scenografia/production design
Florin Dima
suono/sound
Fabrice Osinski
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Romain Duris (Olivier), Laure Calamy (Claire), Laetitia Dosch (Betty), Lucie Debay (Laura), Basile Grunberger (Elliot), Lena Girard Voss (Rose), Dominique Valadie (Joëlle), Sarah Le Picard (Agathe), Cédric Vieira (Paul)
produttori/producers
Isabelle Truc, David Thion, Philippe Martin
produzione/production
Iota Production, Les Films Pelleas

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contatti/contacts
Parthenos
Federica Pacifici
[email protected]
www.parthenosdistribuzione.com

Director statement

“I’m not someone who makes theoretical films; I try to remain on a human level, to keep it real and connect with people’s feelings. Our Struggles proposes a perspective on the world of work as it is today and more specifically the repercussions it has on families.”

Synopsis Learn more

Olivier does the best he can to fight injustice with his comrades at work. But from one day to the next, when his wife Laura abandons the family home, he is left alone to juggle between the children’s needs, life’s daily challenges and his job. Faced with these new responsibilities, he struggles to find a right balance.

Director All about direction

Guillaume Senez

Guillaume  Senez

Guillaume Senez (Brussels, Belgium, 1978) studied at the Institut national de radioélectricité et de cinématographie, from which he graduated in 2001. He debuted as a director with the short La quadrature du cercle (2006), which was followed by Dans nos veines (2009), nominated for the Unifrance Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, and U.H.T. (2012). Keeper (2015), his first feature-length film, received over twenty awards, including the Jury Award for Best Film at Torino Film Festival.

Filmography:
La quadrature du cercle (cm, 2006), Dans nos veines (cm, 2009), U.H.T. (cm, 2012), Keeper (2015), Nos batailles (2018)

Cast and Credits Discover the cast of the film

regia/director
Guillaume Senez
sceneggiatura/screenplay
Guillaume Senez, Raphaëlle Desplechin
fotografia/cinematography
Elin Kirschfink
montaggio/film editing
Julie Brenta
scenografia/production design
Florin Dima
suono/sound
Fabrice Osinski
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Romain Duris (Olivier), Laure Calamy (Claire), Laetitia Dosch (Betty), Lucie Debay (Laura), Basile Grunberger (Elliot), Lena Girard Voss (Rose), Dominique Valadie (Joëlle), Sarah Le Picard (Agathe), Cédric Vieira (Paul)
produttori/producers
Isabelle Truc, David Thion, Philippe Martin
produzione/production
Iota Production, Les Films Pelleas

**
contatti/contacts
Parthenos
Federica Pacifici
[email protected]
www.parthenosdistribuzione.com

Director statement Read more

“I’m not someone who makes theoretical films; I try to remain on a human level, to keep it real and connect with people’s feelings. Our Struggles proposes a perspective on the world of work as it is today and more specifically the repercussions it has on families.”