Suzanne is happy as she lives the life she chooses, irregardless of the norm. Not alone in the world, there are others who, threatened by her declared liberty, become determined to show her the way things really are.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
After his history and sociology studies, a circus school and a certificate of monitor for children, Martin begins as a photographer assistant for Hélène Biensa and Philippe Matsas. In 2003, he makes an internship on the Jean-Paul Salomé’s feature film, Arsène Lupin. Then he works as a props person on other features like Marie-Antoinette by Sofia Coppola, Le Bruit des gens autour by Diastème or La Femme du Vème by Pawel Pawlikowski. He is also a writer and a director for short movies and plays like an actor for movies and theatre. In 2011, he meets KIDAM production which products his first short movie, selected for the Festival of Toronto and Trouville. Two years later, always with Kidam, he is the director of his first medium-length feature, Braconnière, written with Léa Pernollet. Today, he is working on his first feature film.