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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE AWARDS SCREENINGS

BEST EDITING DOCUMENTARY AWARD WINNER: NE ME QUITTE PAS

TFF 2014
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE BEST EDITING DOCUMENTARY AWARD WINNER: NE ME QUITTE PAS [TFF 2014]
The Best Editing, Documentary Award goes to Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden for Ne Me Quitte Pas:

Left by his wife, Marcel falls into alcoholism and a deep depression, with only his friend Bob, also an alcoholic, to look after him. Their friendship captures the frailty of the male ego and the natural comedy borne from their candid conversations. Ne Me Quitte Pas follows this downward spiral of mid-life crisis in a tender, often humorous, sometimes disturbing examination of the "crisis of masculinity," alongside a mesmerizing exploration of mundane rural existence.
The Best Editing, Documentary Award goes to Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden for Ne Me Quitte Pas:

Left by his wife, Marcel falls into alcoholism and a deep depression, with only his friend Bob, also an alcoholic, to look after him. Their friendship captures the frailty of the male ego and the natural comedy borne from their candid conversations. Ne Me Quitte Pas follows this downward spiral of mid-life crisis in a tender, often humorous, sometimes disturbing examination of the "crisis of masculinity," alongside a mesmerizing exploration of mundane rural existence.
Film Information
Year: 2013
Length: 107 minutes
Language: Flemish, French
Country: Netherlands, Belgium
Premiere: North American

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