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by Hippolyte Girardot, Nobuhiro Suwa


Nine-year-old Yuki finds out that her parents are separating. Yuki’s father is French, her mother Japanese. She’ll have to follow her mother to Japan and leave everything behind in Paris, starting with her best friend, Nina. Together, they come up with plans to reunite the parents. In the end, running away seems to be the only solution, and the forest their new destination.

original title: Yuki et Nina
country: France, Japan
sales agent: Playtime
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Hippolyte Girardot, Nobuhiro Suwa
release date: FR 09/12/2010, PT 18/11/2010
screenplay: Hippolyte Girardot, Nobuhiro Suwa
cast: Noë Sampy, Arielle Moutel, Tsuyu Shimizu, Hippolyte Girardot, Marilyne Canto, Jean-Paul Girardot, Koko Mori, Nonoka Imaizumi
cinematography by: Josée Deshaies
film editing: Hippolyte Girardot, Hisako Suwa, Laurence Briaud
art director: Emmanuel de Chauvigny, Véronique Barnéoud
costumes designer: Jean-Charline Tomlinson
music: Foreign Office
producer: Masa Sawada
production: Comme des Cinémas
distributor: Ad Vitam, Midas Filmes
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