At Europe boundaries, a chinese illicit immigrant pays a truck driver to get him to Paris.Doors are closing, the trip is beginning.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
SYLVAIN RIGOLLOT BIOGRAPHYSylvain Rigollot started his career shooting super-8 movies at school.After his graduation from the French National School LOUIS LUMIERE, he experiments several cinema crafts, as cameraman (Spielberg Foundation for the Shoah Survivors), assistant director (Ni Pour Ni Contre, by Cedric Klapisch), to eventually focus on directing short films.As an independant, he finances this activity by designing story boards for cinema, TV and advertising commercials (En Face, The Guignols, Carte Noire), and teaching story boarding at EICAR, the International Cinema School. In 1999, he publishes Titanic, A Script Methodology (Dixit Editions), an impresssive analysis of the James Cameron movie.In Le Fleau Moderne, he describes the world of seduction through a portrait of comic skirt chasers, Les "Dartagnans".
Clandestino, which evocates illicit immigration, is his last production.