Mike Brant – Laisse Moi t’Aimer

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Mike Brant – Laisse Moi t’Aimer

Mike Brant’s body was found on the sidewalk on Arlanz’e St. in the 16th quarter of Paris, on the morning of Friday, April 25th, 1975. He was lying on his back, facing the sky, in a blue shirt and barefoot. Seemingly intact on the outside, but shattered to bits on the inside, he was 28 years old when he died.
Born Moshe Brand, he was born in a British internment camp in Cyprus and raised in Haifa, Israel. He was the star of the Rondo Club on Mt. Carmel and reached stardom in Paris in the 1970s. His albums sold millions, his music was played on the radio in Europe and Canada, and his songs hit the top of the charts. But fame and fortune soon took their toll. A tale of injustice, aggression, money and the loss of innocence. The film includes original performances, songs and interviews never seen before.

Festivals and Awards:

Best Documentary, Israeli Academy Awards, 2002; Second Prize, Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2002; International Premiere at Cannes Directors Fortnight

Director: Erez Laufer

Producer: Dalia Migdal, Boaz Peiper, Erez Laufer

Production Company: Erez Laufer Films, Cineteve, INA Enterprise

Cinematographer: Erez Laufer

Editor: Erez Laufer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television; Keshet/2nd Channel; Makor Foundation

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: "מייק ברנט - "לס מואה טה מה

Mike Brant’s body was found on the sidewalk on Arlanz’e St. in the 16th quarter of Paris, on the morning of Friday, April 25th, 1975. He was lying on his back, facing the sky, in a blue shirt and barefoot. Seemingly intact on the outside, but shattered to bits on the inside, he was 28 years old when he died.
Born Moshe Brand, he was born in a British internment camp in Cyprus and raised in Haifa, Israel. He was the star of the Rondo Club on Mt. Carmel and reached stardom in Paris in the 1970s. His albums sold millions, his music was played on the radio in Europe and Canada, and his songs hit the top of the charts. But fame and fortune soon took their toll. A tale of injustice, aggression, money and the loss of innocence. The film includes original performances, songs and interviews never seen before.

Festivals and Awards:

Best Documentary, Israeli Academy Awards, 2002; Second Prize, Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2002; International Premiere at Cannes Directors Fortnight

 

Director: Erez Laufer

Producer: Dalia Migdal, Boaz Peiper, Erez Laufer

Production Company: Erez Laufer Films, Cineteve, INA Enterprise

Cinematographer: Erez Laufer

Editor: Erez Laufer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television; Keshet/2nd Channel; Makor Foundation

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: "מייק ברנט - "לס מואה טה מה

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