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2014 Documentary Edge Film Festival - Ne Me Quitte Pas

ANNOUNCEMENT

THE 9TH ANNUAL DOCUMENTARY EDGE FESTIVAL, NEW ZEALAND’S ONLY INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
AT THE ROXY 5 TO 15 JUNE 2014

NE ME QUITTE PAS
THE NETHERLANDS, BELGIUM|2013|107 MINS |FRENCH|SABINE LUBBE BAKKER, NIELS VAN KOEVORDEN

Set in Wallonia, Belgium, Bob and Marcel share their solitude, sense of humour and craving for alcohol.

They are two friends who want to disappear from life. Their friendship is paramount to all else.

While their country falls apart, two lost souls cling to each other.

Trailer: www.vimeo.com/91232649

Screening times: MON 9/6 (7:45pm) and THU 12/6 (2pm) - Full programme:www.documentaryedge.org.nz
You can book your tickets at web or by calling this number 09 360 0329
We are looking forward to see you at the Festival

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