Szymon, a fifty years old polish jew, emigrated in Germany and residing in Brussel, has been living for ten years from dealing caviar, a modest buisness, not a big one, between Paris and Warsaw. Except some fews problems with the mafia, all would be continued quietly if one day he did’nt meet a young woman, one of his customer’s daughter, determined to travel with him on the road of caviar.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
JEAN-MARC FABRE (AFC) (date of birth :7th june 1964) Director Beluga is his first feature fiction. Sauve-toi (1992, 52’) Cinematographer 2006 Fauteuils d’orchestre (dir. by Danièle Thomson) 2005 Lemming (dir. by Dominik Moll) 2004 Pédale Dure (dir. by Gabriel Aghion) 2004 Eros Thérapie (dir. by Danièle Dubroux) 2003 Les Sentiments (dir. by Noémie Lvovsky) 2003 Nathalie (dir. by Anne Fontaine) 2002 L’ Adversaire (dir. by Nicole Garcia) 2001 Comment j’ai tué mon père (dir. by Anne Fontaine) 2000 Les Blessures assassines (dir. by Jean-Pierre Denis) 2000 Trois huits (dir. by Philippe Le Guay) 1999 Fast Food, Fast Women (dir. by Amos Kollek) 1999 Le Secret (dir. by Virginie Wagon) 1999 Nag la bombe (dir. by Jean-Louis Milesi) 1999 A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries (dir. by James Ivory) 1998 Tokyo Eyes (dir. by Jean-Pierre Limosin) 1996 Un héros très discret (dir. by Jacques Audiard) 1996 L’ Age des possibles (dir. by Pascale Ferran) 1995 Le Plus bel âge (dir. by Didier Haudepin) 1994 Oublie-moi (dir. by Noémie Lvovsky) 1993 Moi Yvan, toi Abraham (dir. by Yolande Zauberman) 1992 Le Ciel de Paris (dir. by Michel Béna)