Cornelius, The Howling Miller

Cornelius, The Howling Miller

A Film by Yann Le Quellec

2018 - France - Drama - 2.35 - 105 min.

with Gustave Kervern , Bonaventure Gacon , Anais Demoustier & Denis Lavant

Language: French
Produced by Marc Bordure

An odd miller, Cornelius, settles in a small village at the end of the world to build a mill. At first well received, the stranger soon reveals a surprising secret: every night he is baying at the moon, preventing the inhabitants from sleeping. When the villagers decide to chase him away, Carmen, the mayor’s daughter and charming horticultural adviser, decides to fight with Cornelius to defend his freedom and their budding love.

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