Directed by Jeanne Leblanc
|Length||22 min 40 s|
|Version||Original French version, English subtitles|
Under the sweltering July sun, the phantom-like silhouettes of Mexican farm workers stand in the fields of rural Quebec. One of them, Gonzalo, a young father, is plagued by the desire to enter the wealthier world of the Québécois. His desire manifests itself in the purchase of an item that he would have never dared even dream of before.
After studying communications at UQÀM where she directed her first short film, Emergency Exit, Jeanne Leblanc began his career in film as a director assistant. Between an artistic residence in Spain and her work in Quebec, she continues to write and develop her own film projects.
Jorge Colorado Martinez, Marco Ledezma, Leonardo Fuica, Normand D'Amour, Lancelot D'Amour
|EDITING||Mathieu L. Denis|
|Sound||Daniel Masse, Patrice Leblanc, Stéphane Bergeron|
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