Beyond The Walls

Cannes 2012
Semaine de la critique
Karlovy Vary International
Film Festival 2012
Seville European
Film Festival 2012
Palm Springs International
Film Festival 2013

Beyond The Walls

A Film by David Lambert

2012 - Belgium/Canada/France - Drama - DCP - 2.35 - 98 min.

with Guillaume Gouix , Matila Malliarakis , Mélissa Désormeaux Poulin & David Salles

Language: French
Produced by Jean-Yves Roubin , Jerome Dopffer & Daniel Morin

Paulo, a young pianist living an ambivalent life with Anka, meets Ilir, a loner bass player.
It’s love at first sight and they start living on love alone.
The day Paulo promises to love him for life, Ilir leaves town for a concert, and never comes back…

Cannes 2012
Semaine de la critique
Karlovy Vary International
Film Festival 2012
Seville European
Film Festival 2012
Palm Springs International
Film Festival 2013

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