The Sea Wall Trailer

The Sea Wall Trailer (2008)

01 January 2008 Drama 115 mins

The film centers around a young French widow and her two adolescent children attempt to carve out a meager life for themselves by farming rice fields alongside the ocean in French Indo-China in the 1930's. Their efforts are hampered each year by the presence of the sea, which invariably floods the fields with saltwater and wipes out the crops. In desperation, the mother realizes that their only hope lies in the construction of a sea wall to prevent continued flooding, but the mother must cut a swath through the local bureaucracy in an almost Sisyphean attempt to make this happen. Meanwhile, her obstinate daughter, Suzanne, draws the romantic obsessions of a well-to-do Chinese gentleman, Monsieur Jo; though he could easily provide a way out, the possibility of a romantic relationship between Jo and Suzanne could just as easily fall prey to local racial prejudices that would damage or ruin the lives of both.

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Cast

Isabelle Huppert

as Madame Dufresne, la mère

Randal Douc

as Monsieur Jo

Lucy Harrison

as Carmen

Ingrid Mareski

as une cliente occidentale du restaurant « Chez Bart »

International Titles

Un barrage contre le Pacifique Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 20 August 2009

United States 01 January 2008

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