Sunday, November 02, 2008

Chrysalis

(France, 2007, 89 minutes)

In a future Paris, a police detective searches for the criminal who killed his wife, unaware that all the leads take to a state-of-the-art surgical research facility. Stylish if derivative futuristic thriller handled with enormous assurance on an obvious low budget.

Gaumont presents a Gaumont/TF1 Films Production production, in association with Sofica Sogecinéma 5, with the participation of Canal Plus and Cinécinéma. Starring Albert Dupontel, Marie Guillard, Marthe Keller, Mélanie Thierry, Estelle Lefebure, Alain Figlarz; with the participation of Patrick Bauchau. Directed by Julien Leclercq; produced by Franck Chorot; written by Julien Leclercq and Frank Philippon, with Nicolas Peufaillit and Aude Py; music by Jean-Jacques Hertz, François Roy; director of photography (Eclair), Thomas Hardmeier; production designer, Jean-Philippe Moreaux; costume designer, Fabienne Katany; film editor, Thierry Hoss; visual effects supervisor, Bruno Maillard.  

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