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No Comment by Poissonnier, Pascal

During the longest political crisis ever, director Pascal Poissonnier filmed for over more than a year a couple of leading political journalists during there daily work. An odyssey through journalism and politics and how they love one another. In a direct cinema style, Pascal Poissonnier follows a couple of leading political journalists (from TV, radio and written press and from the french and dutch communities of Belgium), through their daily quest for a scoop, and discovers the relationship between the Belgian media and its politicians. The 2010 federal government negotiations - which are bound to go into history as a breaking point in Belgium's politics - will be the backdrop for the film.
Director
Poissonnier, Pascal
Copyright Holder
UniversCine
Duration
72 min.
Year of release
2011
Language
French, Dutch

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