A New Life

(2002)
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Seymour, a young American, arrives in a city in Eastern Europe. He's accompanied by Roscoe who has come to negotiate the buying and selling of men and women.

Seymour encounters Melania, one of Boyan's 'girls'. Boyan controls the people smuggling trade. Fascinated, Seymour wants to possess Melania, but the price he has to pay is tremendous: betray Roscoe. Seymour accepts the deal. Roscoe is eaten by dogs. Seymour must then affront a new life.

  1. Philippe Grandrieux

    Director, Writer

  2. Eric Vuillard

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Zachary Knighton

    Zachary Knighton

    Seymour

  2. Anna Mouglalis

    Anna Mouglalis

    Melania

  3. Marc Barbé

    Marc Barbé

    Roscoe

  4. Zsolt Nagy

    Zsolt Nagy

    Boyan

  5. Raoul Dantec

    The French Man

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A New Life
A New Life

Facts

Original Title La vie nouvelle

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 27, 2002
    16
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    (Interdit aux moins de 16 ans) unsuitable for children younger than 16 or forbidden in cinemas for under 16.

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 42m

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