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Moscow, Belgium (Aanrijding in Moscou, literally Collision in Moscou) is a 2008 Belgian film directed by Christophe Van Rompaey and written by Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem and Pat van Beirs. It is a romantic comedy in which a single mother, whose husband is having an affair with one of his students, meets a truck driver who courts her.

Moscou is the name of a neighbourhood of the Flemish city of Ghent.

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Cast

Awards and nominations

Won

Cannes Film Festival

Denver Film Festival

  • Best Film (Van Rompaey)

Minsk Film Festival

World Soundtrack Awards

  • Public Choice Award (Florizoone)

Zurich Film Festival

  • New Talent Award (Van Rompaey)

Nominated

European Film Awards

São Paulo Film Festival

  • International Jury Award (Van Rompaey)

World Soundtrack Awards

  • Discovery of the Year (Florizoone)




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