Victory's Short

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Victory's Short
Directed byMika'ela Fisher
Written byFrançois Guibert
Léa Vigny
Produced byMika'ela Fisher
StarringMika'Ela Fisher
Benjamin Feitelson
Edited byNoémi de Fouchier
Music byGuillaume Paul
Chrysopras Films
Central Vaudeville Productions
Release dates
  • 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

Victory's Short (French: La Victoire est de courte durée) is a 2014 black comedy short film directed by Mika'ela Fisher and co-directed by Benjamin Feitelson.[1][2][3]


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 film 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 an Alfred Hitchcock movie of the 1950s.



  • Nomination (Best Short Film) Milan International Film Festival Awards 2015 [6]


The film started a theatrical run on December 16, 2015 at Studio Galande in Paris.[7][8]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Visa d'exploitation. CNC
  2. ^ Victory's Short BnF
  3. ^ Festival de Cannes. Catalogue
  4. ^ court-métrage Cannes Film Festival
  5. ^ Official Selection . Milan International Film Festival Awards 2015
  6. ^ Nomination . Milan International Film Festival Awards 2015
  7. ^ theatre release . Telerama
  8. ^ cinema . Allocine