In the surrounding area of the park of a resident medical center, an old disused bus shelter.
For Mathilde, a young nurse, it is a small corner for her. One day, the center receives a new
patient suffering from early Alzheimer. Mathilde becomes attached to him more than to
others. And when he leaves his room and asks Mathilde to go back home, she does not
dissuade him. Instead, she takes him to the bus shelter, that nevertheless leads nowhere...
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Carine Hazan is a screenwriter for television for nearly ten years.
In 2009, she directed her first short film "HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HON! " that was selected in over 10 festivals including Cinemed, Trouville and Ismailia in Egypt to name a few. Her first short film reveals a unique style, a very colorful style and a great poetry.
"BUS SHELTER" is her second short film.
She is now working on a first feature film.