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Mensch  (2009)

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The movie Mensch, released in 2009 and directed by Steve Suissa, was shot on digital using Red One Camera and Angenieux Optimo Zoom Lenses, Cooke S4 Lenses with Jérôme Alméras as cinematographer and editing by Monica Coleman.
Directed by | Steve Suissa
Cinematography by | Jérôme Alméras
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Country | France
Language | French
Genres | Crime, Drama

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Electrician
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Special Effects Department
Supervisor Special Effects
Art Department
Ripper: Second Unit
Property Master
Assistant Art Director
Graphic Designer
Assistant Set Decorator
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Construction Coordinator
Sound Department
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Second Sound Assistant
Re-recording Mixer
Foley Artist
Sound Editor
Sound Mixer
Casting Department
Casting Assistant
Makeup Department
Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Stunt Department
Stunt Double: Nicolas Cazalé
Stunt Coordinator
Transportation Department
Picture Vehicle Supervisor
Additional Crew Members
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Script Supervisor
Weapons Coordinator
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