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A Distant Neighborhood • presentation
Presentation • A Distant NeighborhoodSam GarbarskiCastCrewgalerie
Feature Film directed by Sam Garbarski

© Jirô TANIGUCHI /Shogakukan Inc.
Originally published in Japanese by Shogakukan Inc, Tokyo.
"Quartier Lointain" published in French by Casterman - French translation by Frédéric Boilet

By chance, fifty-year old Thomas finds himself back in the little town of his childhood. While visiting his mother’s grave he faints and wakes up to find himself in the past. Thomas is 14 again, an adolescent who has kept all his adult experience and character. He meets up with his classmates, the girl with whom he was secretly in love, and above all his parents - his mother, so young and full of life; his father, who had disappeared back then, never to return. Thomas tries to find out the real reasons for his father’s departure. But can he relive his past without changing it?
Screenplay: Sam Garbarski, Jérôme Tonnerre, Philippe Blasband
With Pascal Greggory, Jonathan Zaccaï, Alexandra Maria Lara, Léo Legrand
A coproduction Entre Chien et Loup, Samsa Film, Archipel 35, Pallas Film, Ateliers De Baere, RTBF (Télévision belge), Rhône-Alpes Cinéma in association with Wild Bucnh
With support from Fonds national de soutien à la production audiovisuelle du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel de la Communauté française de Belgique et des télédistributeurs wallons and from EURIMAGES, with participation from CANAL+, CINÉCINÉMA, TPS STAR and support from Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung GmbH, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and La Région Wallonne, in association with Banque Populaire Images 10 and support from Programme Media de la Communauté Européenne, i2i Audiovisual, Procirep and Angoa-Agicoa, Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral Belge, de Dream Touch, Casa Kafka Pictures and taxshelter.be
French release on 24th november 2010
Distribution France and International Sales: WILD BUCNH
Distribution Belgium and Luxemburg: DREAMTOUCH
Distribution Germany and Switzerland: X-VERLEIGH et FILM COOPI