Directed by Louis-Thomas Pelletier
|Length||8 min 48 s|
|Version||Original French version, English subtitles|
On the eve of an important exhibit, a painter experiencing a creative void accuses his therapist of having killed the artist inside him, threatening to sue him if he doesn't return him to "how he was before". The tension that will grow between the two men will drive them to commit acts with unforeseen consequences.
Themesartist, anger, self esteem, profesional life
Louis-Thomas Pelletier has been working for 12 years in advertising creation. His work has been rewarded by 7 nominations at the Cannes Festival and more than sixty trophies in local and international contests. His two novels are currently being adapted for the big screen, one in Quebec, the other in the United States. A member of the Kino movement, he directs short films that he usually finances himself. He is collaborating for the first time with a producer and presenting one of his works in a festival also for the first time.
Simon Delage Scott, Patrice Dusseault
Alain Bessette (Gaspacho Films Inc.)
Manuel A. Codina
|Sound||Patrick Dion Penman|
Festival de cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue | 2010 | GAGNANT DU PRIX COUP DE COEUR DU PUBLIC
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