A Painstaking Job
a film by Daniel Coche , 52'Louis and Bernard, who have just retired, have decided to support some Yougoslavian refugees and deserters.
Between awareness and self-questioning, these ordinary citizens act daily. The film will be the mirror and memory of this human aid, which is warm and concrete, an answer to our own reflections and questioning about a war considered to be far-off.
|camera||Bénédicte Martin and Daniel Coche|
|sound||Damien Fritsch, Gilles Guigue|
|assistants||Simone Fluhr, Anne-Noëlle Gaessler|
|sound mixer||Gilles Guigue|
|coproduction||dora films / France 3 Alsace / Images Plus|
Centre National du Cinéma, Procirep, Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg, Région Alsace, Fonds d’Action Sociale
© dora films 1998