Un homme perdu

Director: Danielle Arbid

France| 2007| 93 mins| Colour

Melvil Poupaud stars as Thomas Kore, a French photographer who travels around the world for his research about extreme experiences. For him, an experience does not exist unless it is photographed, women are objects to be used and discarded, and a mystery is not solved unless it is demystified. During his travels, he crosses paths with Fouad Saleh played by British-Sudanese actor Alexander Siddig a solitary and amnesic man who disappeared from Beirut 17 years ago and never returned. Intrigued, Kore sets out to Chronicle the history of his man, and this journey into the heart of a forbidden world changes both their lives forever.
Danielle Arbid, the award-winning director of Dans les Champs de bataille, was born in Lebanon and began her career as a journalist. The character of Kore is based on Antoine d’Agata, a photographer who served as an advisor on the script.

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