|123||2016. 04. 29||14:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4||HEK19|
|216||2016. 04. 30||10:30||Jeonju Cinema Town 5||HEK19|
|619||2016. 05. 04||14:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7||HEK19|
The sixth feature of Quebec’s representative filmmaker Francois Delisle. After the missing of their son Hugo, Christophe and Irene remain separated. Christophe’s life in Mexico is a total disaster but Irene returned to her chorus. The sudden news of finding the boy’s remains shakes the couple’s life. When they met again in Montreal, they heard a shocking story about their son. Basically, the film is a love story based on sympathy and healing. It is also an initiation film for adults. After confronting the harsh reality of taking their son’s life, the couple could come out of their problem. Brilliant black-and-white scenes play a very important role in pulling the subdued story. The film talks about the loss of loved ones, the process of overcoming, the possibility of reconciliation, the admission and acceptance of death and the recovery of will to live. (JANG Byungwon)
|Producer||Francois DELISLE, Maxime BERNARD|
|Art Director||Genevieve LIZOTTE|
|Music||Robert Marcel LEPAGE|
Born in 1967, Montreal. His second feature film, Happiness is a Sad Song(2004) gained international recognition by being featured in over twenty film festivals and events. Toi(2007) was officially selected in the international competition at the Montreal World Film Festival and The Meteor(2013) at the Sundance Festival and Berlinale. Chorus was invited at Berlinale International Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival.
A couple, separated for 10 years, are forced to come to identify the remains of their son. As they struggle to bury the wounds with their child, they find a way to be parents and lovers again.