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    Lamine Ammar Khodja
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    Petit à Petit Production
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    Arab Fund for Culture (AFAC) / PROCIREP ANGOA


A filmmaker in a parc on the edge of Paris, is receiving an unusual letter written by himself. Thinking of a joke at first, he is quickly overtaken by this over self, and has to give in and to respond. 

This opens the way to a self-portrait that does not let his close ones on a side.



Lamine Ammar-Khodja is a scriptwriter and film director from El Biar, Algeria. He came to France to study first informatic engineering, then documentary in Lussas. After his class in Lussas, he directed shorts movies selected in lots of festivals in the world, and started directing long movies. Aged of 35 years old, Lamine end his fourth documentary : A House for Buster Keaton.