|Directed by||Philippe Ramos|
|Produced by||Michel Klein
|Screenplay by||Philippe Ramos|
|Edited by||Sophie Deseuzes|
Capitaine Achab (in English, Captain Ahab) is a 2004 French short film directed by Philippe Ramos. It is an interpretation of Moby-Dick by Herman Melville. The film follows a young Achab and the events that inspire his eventual journey to the sea. The film was presented at the Cannes Film Festival and Pantin in 2004.
- Valérie Crunchant : Louise
- Frédéric Bonpart : Achab
- Alexis Locquet : Young Achab
- Dominique Blanc : Anna
- Aristide Demonico : Achab's father
- Aymeric Descrèpes : Starbuck
- Mona Heftre : Achab’s Aunt
- Grégory Gadebois : The guardian
- "Prix de la presse 2003" at the "Festival du film court de Paris"
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