Release date:September 2, 2005
(NY; LA release: September 16)
Screenwriters:Christophe Honoré, Gaël Morel
Starring:Nicolas Cazalé, Stéphane Rideau, Thomas Dumerchez, Salim Kechiouche, Bruno Lochet, Vincent Martinez, Jackie Berroyer, Aure Atika, Nicolas Paz, Mathias Olivier, Gary Mary, Geordie Piseri-Diaz, Clément Dettli, Pierre Vallin, Janine Ribollet
The newest film from French director-writer-actor Gaël Morel ("Full Speed," "Wild Reeds"), "Three Dancing Slaves" is an emotionally rich story about three brothers who are each facing a crucial turning point in their lives. As each young brother wrestles with their transition to manhood, they must escape the tyrannical rule of their distant father in order to find their own path for success in their lives. A tragic incident however, sparks a course of events that will test each sibling's sense of self-worth and open up questions about their blossoming desires that could affect their already fragile identities. Stunning cinematography, superb production values and high caliber performances makes "Three Dancing Slaves" a thoughtful film about relationships, where each character questions their commitments to family and struggles to make their personal imprint in the world around them.