Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Bruno Dumont|
|Written by||Bruno Dumont|
|Distributed by||Soda Pictures (UK theatrical)|
Flanders (French: Flandres) is a 2006 French drama film written and directed by Bruno Dumont. It tells the story of Demester, a man whose girlfriend cheats on him out of frustration with his lack of emotion. Demester is then sent to war, in an unnamed Middle Eastern country, where he experiences (and participates in) the horrors of war.
- Adélaïde Leroux as Barbe
- Samuel Boidin as André Demester
- Henri Cretel as Blondel
- Jean-Marie Bruveart as Briche
- David Poulain as Leclercq
- Patrice Venant as Mordac
- David Legay as Lieutenant
- Inge Decaesteker as France
- "Festival de Cannes: Flanders". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-12-13.
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