"Agnus Dei" in Cinemas in Japan
Niewinne (Agnus Dei/Les innocentes/The Innocents), a film directed by Anne Fontaine and co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, was released theatrically in Japan on August 5, 2017.
Agnus Dei in Cinemas in Japan
On August 5, 2017 Niewinne (Agnus Dei/Les innocentes/The Innocents) by Anne Fontaine was released theatrically in Japan. Distribution is handled by Longride.
Distribution in Several Territories
Anne Fontaine’s latest feature, co-financed by the Polish Film Institute, has been released in Greece, Austria, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, Spain, Norway, the US, Finland, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary and France. The French release alone brought over 720,000 admissions.
On March 11, 2016 the film was released theatrically in Poland. Distribution is handled by Kino Świat.
The film is popular with international distributors; to date, it has sold to Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, Colombia, and the United Kingdom.
Niewinne (Agnus Dei/Les innocentes/The Innocents)
Niewinne (Agnus Dei / Les innocentes/ The Innocents) is set in Poland in winter 1945. Mathilde Beaulieu (Lou de Lâage) is a young intern at the French Red Cross, working to find, cure, and repatriate French survivors of Nazi labour camps. One day a Polish nun arrives at the hospital. In broken French, she begs Mathilde to accompany her to the convent.
Niewinne (Agnus Dei / Les innocentes/ The Innocents). Photo by Anna Włoch, Aeroplan Film
The film stars Lou de Lâage (Respire, Jappeloup – nominated for a Cesar award as Most Promising Actress), Vincent Macaigne (Eden) and Polish actresses Agata Kulesza (Ida), Agata Buzek (Rewers/The Reverse) and Joanna Kulig (Sponsoring/Elles, Ida).
International Co-Production Supported by the Polish Film Institute
The film was produced by Eric and Nicolas Altmayer of Mandarin Cinema (Bertrand Bonello’s Saint Laurent) amd by Philippe Carcassonne, and co-produced by Eliza Oczkowska and Klaudia Śmieja of Aeroplan Film (Poland), Mars Films, Canal+ Frane, nc+ Polska, France 2 Cinema and Scope Picture (Belgium), and supported by Film Commission Poland. Lensed by Caroline Champetier, the film was filmed entirely in Poland. Polish artists were also responsible for the film’s visual side, with Joanna Macha as production designer and Katarzyna Lewińska as costume designer. The film was co-financed by the Polish Film Institute.
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