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Mourir a 30 ans (Half a Life)

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Genre:Documentary
Release Date:August 15, 1984
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Alain Bureau, Pierre Goupil, Romain Goupil, Sophie Goupil, Jacques Kébadian
Director:Romain Goupil
Distributor:New Line Cinema

Description: Michel Recanati was a militant leader in the May, 1968 riots in Paris, organizing many groups to meet, discuss, and act on leftist principles both before and after the disturbances. He was imprisoned for a short while in 1973. Disillusioned after the failure of the demonstrations and the death of the only woman he had loved, his life seems to have changed from a period of hope and activism to one of bottomless despair. His friend, Romain Goupil wrote and directed this biographical documentary. Death at 30 received the 1982 Cannes Film Festival's Golden Camera Award for Best First Feature-Length Film. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide

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