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Le feu sacré (2015)

First of all, "The Sacred Fire" is about the burning desire to get out there and film stuff. For some of us, recording and editing moving images is roughly equivalent to the need for air ... See full summary »

Director:

Arthur Joffé

Writer:

Arthur Joffé
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Maurice Lamy ... Himself
Dominique Pinon ... Himself
Dina Morgan Dina Morgan ... Herself
Paul Minthe Paul Minthe ... Himself
Kamel Sherif Kamel Sherif ... Himself
Sandrine Le Berre Sandrine Le Berre ... Herself
Sophie Parel ... Herself
Séverine Camus Séverine Camus ... Herself
Juliette Joffé Juliette Joffé ... Herself
Marylise Doctobre Marylise Doctobre ... Herself
Jeremy Gudefin Jeremy Gudefin ... Himself
Serena Di Giamo Serena Di Giamo ... Herself
Marie-Pierre Paracelle Marie-Pierre Paracelle ... Herself
Richard Abramowitz Richard Abramowitz ... Himself
Georges Guiraudie Georges Guiraudie ... Himself
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First of all, "The Sacred Fire" is about the burning desire to get out there and film stuff. For some of us, recording and editing moving images is roughly equivalent to the need for air and water. This film is a free-wheeling yet structured cinematographic doodle in the silly and touching margins of daily life. It's about a guy with a track record who decides to film the journeys he takes and the love he encounters along the way. Made over the span of three years, "The Sacred Fire" embarks on the modest task of proving that pick-up a camera and film is just another way of expressing love. Written by Les Films du Losange

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Documentary

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

11 November 2015 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo (HD Digital)

Color:

Color (HD)
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A filmmaker's delight!
16 November 2017 | by Granita_GelsiNeriSee all my reviews

I was lucky enough to have seen this film at the Long Island Film Festival in New York ! It was a very touching and personal documentary, with a touch of humor. It's amazing how this director filmed everything with his own camera, and through it, one can see his real and true passion for making films. And now I want to see all the fiction films that this particular director made in the past!


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