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Citizen Penn
© KTF Films
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Don Hardy

IMAGE

Don Hardy, Mike Abela, Liam Storrings, Barry Frishman, Dan Gillett, John Burns

MONTAGE

Aldona Watts, Don Hardy

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Lina Perry

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

KTF Films

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Submarine Entertainment

ISAN : non renseigné - en savoir plus
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  • États-Unis | 2020 | 95 minutes
  • Un film de Don Hardy

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"On January 12, 2010, a devastating 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, altering the landscape and lives of millions. Aid workers from around the globe descended on the island, along with one unlikely leader—actor and filmmaker Sean Penn. What began as a brief relief attempt turned into a decade of dedicated effort on the part of Penn to not only save lives but to revitalize a community.
Citizen Penn chronicles the moment Penn arrives on the island, and the ten years since, as Penn the humanitarian carts supplies, builds tents, procures medicine, and calls on his Hollywood friends to join with financial support. Director Don Hardy, with unprecedented access to this once very private figure, offers an intimate look at the challenges faced when one man decides to do something in the face of adversity."
(Deborah Rudolph - Tribeca Film Festival)

"On January 12, 2010, a devastating 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, altering the landscape and lives of millions. Aid workers from around the globe descended on the island, along with one unlikely leader—actor and filmmaker Sean Penn. What began as a brief relief attempt turned into a decade of dedicated effort on the part of Penn to not only save lives but to revitalize a community.
Citizen Penn chronicles the moment Penn arrives on the island, and the ten years since, as Penn the humanitarian carts supplies, builds tents, procures medicine, and calls on his Hollywood friends to join with financial support. Director Don Hardy, with unprecedented access to this once very private figure, offers an intimate look at the challenges faced when one man decides to do something in the face of adversity."
(Deborah Rudolph - Tribeca Film Festival)

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