Victory's Short

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Victory's Short
Victory's Short.jpg
Directed by Mika'ela Fisher
Produced by Mika'ela Fisher
Written by François Guibert
Léa Vigny
Starring Mika'Ela Fisher
Benjamin Feitelson
Music by Guillaume Paul
Edited by Noémi de Fouchier
Chrysopras Films
Central Vaudeville Productions
Release date
  • May 25, 2014 (2014-05-25) (Court Mertrage)
  • October 16, 2015 (2015-10-16) (Milan International Film Festival)
  • December 16, 2015 (2015-12-16) (France)
Running time
15 minutes
Country France
Language English

Victory's Short ( La Victoire est de courte durée ) is a 2014 black comedy short film directed by Mika'ela Fisher [1] and co-directed by Benjamin Feitelson [2]


After nine years without celebrating their wedding anniversary, Gabrielle Montvignier, heir of a fortune in decline, is invited by her husband to a supper to make up for the past nine years. What she doesn't know is that he has planned to eliminate her during this strange supper.


  • Benjamin Feitelson as Montvignier
  • Mika'ela Fisher as Gabrielle Montvignier
  • France Péleau as Policewoman
  • François Guibert as Policeman

About the film[edit]

The movie is mainly supported by dialogues, and the two protagonists throw the words like in a ping pong game. A Kammerspiel , filmed in black and white which reminds of a Alfred Hitchcock movie of the 1950s.


  • Milan International Film Festival Awards MIFF 2015 [3]


  • Nomination (Best Short Film ) Milan International Film Festival Awards 2015 [4]


The film started a theatrical run on December 16, 2015 at Studio Galande in Paris.[5][6]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Visa d'exploitation. CNC
  2. ^ Festival de Cannes. Catalogue
  3. ^ Official Selection . Milan International Film Festival Awards 2015
  4. ^ Nomination . Milan International Fim Festival Awards 2015
  5. ^ theatre release . Telerama
  6. ^ cinema . Allocine