(Music "Monument Feel" by Julien Tekeyan for "KRANK")
KRANK has been filming for a little over two years with a large cast:
forty actors, including Mia Jacob, Guy Amram, Philippe Cariou, Gérard Dessalles, Marie Ceolin,
Cédric Cirotteau, Serge Ridoux, Gigi Ledron, Raphaël Liot, Pierre-Marie Rochefort Schneider,
Yves Yan, Monika Ekiert, Mickaël Winum etc.
Mia is a German actress with homes in both Paris and Berlin.
After training in ballet and working as a model for several years,
Mia turned her back on show business to study political science, travel,
and film documentaries. Years later, she again felt the pull of the stage,
and signed up at an acting school in Paris. On the big screen,
she is known for her roles in “Possession” by Ralf Schmerberg;
“Meet Me in Montenegro” (Toronto Film Festival 2014)
by Alex Holdridge; and “M. Morimoto” by Nicola Sornaga,
presented at Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes in 2008.
On television, she played Kalypso in “Agence Fol Emploi,”
which aired on Arte in 2012; and Sandra Peters in “Twinkomplex,”
Martin BurckhardMt’s 2011 film.
But Mia has also performed extensively on stage:
at the Improtheater Paternoster in Berlin’s Kulturbrauerei,
and as Lise in the Comédie St Etienne production
of Les Enfants Terribles. Mia has also appeared in ads for WEB.DE,
the BMW MINI, and i-Phone.
Better known by the nickname ‘‘René les Yeux Bleus,”
the character he played in “La Vérité Si Je Mens” 1 & 3
by Thomas Gilou, Guy Amram is a French actor who surfs
a number of registers. With roles in both movies and TV series,
he has appeared in “H,” “Cartouche,” “Highlander,” “Metal Hurlant,”
“Sauveur Giordano,” “Nestor Burma,” “Joséphine Ange Gardien,”
“Commissaire Valence,” and “Commissaire Cordier,”
as well as films: “Le Plaisir (et ses petits tracas)”
by Nicolas Boukhrief, “Les Jolies Choses” by Gilles Paquet-Brenner,
“Banlieue 13 Ultimatum” by Patrick Alessandrin, “Les Mythos”
by Denis Thybaud,or “Gomez et Tavarez” by Gilles Paquet-Brenner.
Guy Amram has also acted in many stage productions,
including “La Puce à l’oreille” by Feydeau,
directed by Jean Claude Brialy, “Quadrille” by Guitry,
directed by Daniel Benoin,and, recently, “L’Amant” by Pinter,
directed by Alexandre Berdat.