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équateur a.k.a. Équateur is one of the ten provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is in the north of the country, and bordered the Republic of the Congo to the west, the Central African Republic to the north, to the east the Orientale province, and to the south the Kasai-Oriental, Kasai-Occidental, and Bandundu provinces. The word "Équateur" is French for the Equator, which lies less than 4 kilometres south of the provincial capital of Mbandaka, a city on the Congo River.
- also known as Equateur, Equator, Provincedelequateur, Evenaar, Région De L’ Équateur, Region De L' Equateur, L'Equateur, Evenaarsprovincie, Province De L’ Équateur, Province De L' Equateur, Lequateur, Coquilhatville, L’Equateur, Regiondelequateur, Evenaars-Provincie
- country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
- official website: www.equateur.cd
équateur a.k.a. Équateur is a fictional character from the 1987 film Cayenne Palace.
"équateur" a.k.a. "Equateur" is a musical album of Serge Blenner.
- released in (27 years ago)
"équateur" a.k.a. "Équateur" is a 1983 French drama film directed by Serge Gainsbourg. It was screened out of competition at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.
- countries: France, Gabon
- language: French
- producers: Charles Mensah & Alain Poiré
- written by Serge Gainsbourg
- based on a story by Georges Simenon
- Francis Huster as Timar
- Barbara Sukowa as Adele
- Reinhard Kolldehoff as Eugene Schneider
- François Dyrek as Superintendant
- Jean Bouise as Public prosecutor
- Julien Guiomar as Bouilloux
- Roland Blanche as One-eyed man
- Murray Gronwall as The forester
- Stephane Bouy as The pedlar
- Franck-Olivier Bonnet as The man from Lyon
- cinematography by Willy Kurant
- edited by Babeth Si Ramdane
- music by Serge Gainsbourg
- genres: Romance Film, Crime Fiction, Thriller, Drama
- released on (31 years ago)
- award: - Cesar Award for Best Original Score nomination for Serge Gainsbourg
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