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An idyllic vacation home in the south, a vacation for two, sun-drenched idleness. It could all be so beautiful, but a truly carefree atmosphere just won’t come about. On the contrary, the mood shifts and strange, shadowy apparitions appear in this visually unique work that plays with cinematic techniques.
- Duration: 16 min.
Meet the director
Louise Bernard Pallas
Louise Bernard Pallas, born and raised in Paris, holds a master’s degree in film studies from the University Paris VII Diderot. Her research for the degree focused on the representation of urban space in Brazilian film. In 2015, she received a grant from the French foreign ministry to continue her research in Recife, Brazil. Parallel to this, at two labs for analog film, she received training in techniques for shooting on and developing 16mm film. She subsequently began studying image composition at Fémis and has done the cinematography on numerous projects.