This is the story of a geological controversy at the end of the nineteenth century.
It’s also the story of a contemporary man who goes to the mountain because he needs
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Harold Vasselin comes from a scientific background. He has worked as a researcher in a team of physicists at CNRS.
Since 1987 he has directed seven short films concerning dance, or actor's performance, working on the relation between body and space, and on the voice-over mode. He has directed three documentaries and has worked on the exhibition “3 pas”.
“How Albert saw the mountains move” is his first feature film.
This is the first film of a triptych questioning scientific approach by the means of fiction.
“Albert” is set in the 19th century. Two other films which are currently being developed will be set in the 20th and 21st century respectively.