Directed by Terence Chotard
|Length||18 min 55 s|
|Version||Original French version, English subtitles|
At 16, Pierre doesn't know who he is and fears he will never become the person he imagined. He escapes into the wilderness to meet Michel, a man who has mysteriously come to train him. In the depths of the forest, cut off from the world, Pierre lets himself be guided by the paternal authority and charisma of his new mentor.
Themesfamily relationships, mother-son relationships, teenagers, anger, self esteem, incest, violence
A graduate of literature and film studies, filmmaker and editor Terence Chotard examines the poetry of cinematic language while questioning audience expectations. As an avid cinema enthusiast, his intimate knowledge of film history and its many facets is inherently present in all his films. He lives and works in Montréal, Québec.
Vlace Samar, Laurent Lucas, Emmanuel Schwartz, Martine Francke, Marianne Farley
Jeanne-Marie Poulain (Art & Essai)
|Sound||Fernand-Philippe Morin-Vargas, Frédéric Cloutier|