Mar.162020

Film

Past Event

Fantasy drama directed by Stéphane Batut, with Thimotée Robart and Judith Chemla

The screening of the film and the discussion are canceled.

The screening will be followed by a talk with director Stéphane Batut. The discussion will be moderated by Aude Renaud-Lorrain.

FRANCE | ORIGINAL VERSION: FRENCH | SUBTITLES: ENGLISH

The story begins in a Paris park when Juste, a lost young man who appears to be invisible to all, is rescued by a mysterious drifter. We learn that Juste has died but that Death has granted him a furlough of sorts, allowing him to serve as a guide into the afterworld to those recently deceased. And so, he continues to exist among the living, just another anonymous face in the crowds of Parisians. Until the day he is recognized by Agathe, a woman who loved him when he was alive.

Director: Stéphane Batut
Cast: Thimotée Robart and Judith Chemla
Year: 2019
Duration: 104 min
Rating: TBD

Jean Vigo Award
2019
Official Selection
ACID Cannes Film Festival, 2019
Prix Louis Delluc for Best First Film
2019

Stéphane Batut

Stéphane Batut is a French casting director and director born in Paris in 1968. He directed short films and a first feature film, Burning Ghost, presented at the Cannes Festival 2019 (ACID selection) and awarded the Jean-Vigo prize.

Aude Renaud-Lorrain

Aude Renaud-Lorrain holds an international master's degree in film studies on the work of director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, completed in Montreal, Paris and London. She is currently the interim director of Cinéma Moderne. She worked at the beginning of her career in production, as well as in the museum and event sectors.

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