A young couple lacking markers and stuck with his daily life, meets a small marginal community mainly composed of elders, settled in an old village house.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Author-director and actor, he graduated from the Conservatoire du 11Ã¨me arrondissement in Paris in the main role of "Caligula"(Camus) staging by Arthur Viadieu. After "The Just Assassins" (Camus), staging by Pauline Caupenne and "Agatha" (Duras) staging by Maya Ernest, he plays at the ThÃ©Ã¢tre de la Ville (Paris) in "Antigone" in a staging of Ivo Van Hove. In movies like "Let my people go!" directed by MikaÃ«l Buch, "The Paris Project"directed by Tamara P. Carter or "History of Mortimer"and "Lily Awakens"directed by Benjamin KÃ¼hn. Also in "Falco" (french tv series) and "The new paths of knowledge" for France Culture (french radio). In 2016, he directed the short-movie "Ganjouriho" award-winning film at "International Short Film Festival of Rennes" (7Ã¨me Lune), and selected for several festivals "Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival" and "CÃ´tÃ© Court" in Pantin, Spain, Portugal ...). His new movie is "And the sun rises" (2017).CHRISTO ROUSSEV:
Born in Bulgaria, Christo Roussev studied cinema in Paris, at Sorbonne Nouvelle and ESRA. He was director of photography on several short films like Mathias Minneâ€™s â€œGanjourihoâ€ selected at Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival. He is a director of short poetic documentaries and is currently working with Tania Carvalho on a danse piece for cinema.