by Harry Cleven

Following the mysterious disappearance of her partner, Louise, overwhelmed by sorrow, is confined to a mental institution. In the greatest secrecy, she gives birth to a baby boy whom she calls Mon Ange and who is provided with an incredible peculiarity: he is invisible. Louise imposes on Mon Ange to never come to light in the world, too merciless in front of differences. Yet, one day Mon Ange meets Madeleine, a little blind girl with whom he falls madly in love. Thanks to her blindness, Mon Ange can love Madeleine while keeping his own secret. Over the years, their love grows, until the day when Madeleine delivers the news that is going to turn their life upside down: she is going to regain her eyesight...


Fleur Geffrier - Madeleine
Elina Lowensohn - Louise
Maya Dory - Madeleine (ado)
Hannah Boudru - Madeleine (enfant)
François Vincentelli - Magicien


Thomas Gunzig
Harry Cleven


Terra Incognita Films - Jaco Van Dormael
Climax Films - Olivier Rausin
Après le Déluge - Jaco Van Dormael / Olivier Rausin / Daniel Marquet


Savage Film - Bart Van Langendonck


Harry Cleven

After drama studies at the Liège Conservatoire, Harry Cleven (b. 1956, Liège, Belgium) began directing in 1989. He is also a recognized scenarist and actor. Before co-writing Through Love, he was, amongst other things, consultant for the scenario of Tintin (S. Spielberg) and Mr Nobody (Jaco Van Dormael). He has acted for directors such as Zulawksi, Godard or Van Dormael who influenced him by a quality he finds they share: liberty.


2011 - La Fille de l'autre (TV)
2008 - Les Héritières (TV)
2007 - Les Diablesses (TV)
2006 - Sable noir (TV series)
2005 - Trouble (feature film)
2002 - Ton tour viendra (TV)
2000 - Pourquoi se marier le jour de la fin du monde ? (feature film)
1999 - Les enfants du jour (TV)
1993 - Abracadabra (feature film)
1990 - Sirènes (short film)


2006 - Sable noir (short film / TV)
2005 - Trouble (feature film)
2000 - Pourquoi se marier le jour de la fin du monde ? (feature film)
1993 - Abracadabra (feature film)
1990 - Sirènes (short film)