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Between Two Worlds  2021
Le Quai De Ouistreham / Ouistreham / The Night Cleaner
Director:  Emmanuel Carrère
Producer:
  Emmanuel Carrère, Olivier Delbosc, Juien Deris and David Gauquié
Art Director:
  Sébastien Gondek
Editor:
  Albertine Lastera
Music:
  Mathieu Lamboley
Screenplay:
  Emmanuel Carrère and Florence Aubenas, based on the book Le Quai De Ouistreham by Héléne Devynck
Director of Photography:
  Patrick Blossier
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Cast:
people1 Juliette Binoche
spacer1 Héléne Lambert
spacer1 Louise Pociecka
spacer1 Steve Papagiannis
spacer1 Aude Ruyter
spacer1 Jérémy Lechevallier
spacer1 Kévin Maspimby
spacer1 Faïçal Zoua
spacer1 Arnaud Deval
spacer1 Didier Pupin
spacer1 Léa Carne
spacer1 Nathalie Lecornu
people1 Juliette Binoche spacer1 Héléne Lambert spacer1 Louise Pociecka
spacer1 Steve Papagiannis spacer1 Aude Ruyter spacer1 Jérémy Lechevallier
spacer1 Kévin Maspimby spacer1 Faïçal Zoua spacer1 Arnaud Deval
spacer1 Didier Pupin spacer1 Léa Carne spacer1 Nathalie Lecornu
people1 Juliette Binoche spacer1 Héléne Lambert
spacer1 Louise Pociecka spacer1 Steve Papagiannis
spacer1 Aude Ruyter spacer1 Jérémy Lechevallier
spacer1 Kévin Maspimby spacer1 Faïçal Zoua
spacer1 Arnaud Deval spacer1 Didier Pupin
spacer1 Léa Carne spacer1 Nathalie Lecornu

Synopsis:
Based on the real-life reportage of journalist Florence Aubenas, Between Two Worlds exposes the challenges facing workers at the bottom of the food chain in Northern France. Going undercover, Marianne (Juliette Binoche) enlists for a series of thankless jobs, including cleaner of a cross-Channel ferry. She forms close bonds with her fellow workers, but sooner or later, must face up to the ethical problems that her methods entail. Director Emmanuel Carrère is acclaimed for both fiction and non-fiction books (including Limonov and The Kingdom), and his third feature takes him into new realist territory. An array of charismatic non-professional actors excel alongside Binoche, in a film that tersely – and with irrepressible heart – digs deep into current social realities.

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