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Louise by the Shore Louise en hiver

Jean-François Laguionie / France, Canada / 2016 / 75 min / French

This unusual Robinson Crusoe adventure, set in an abandoned seaside town, is a poetic meditation on loneliness, passing away. Above all, it is a tribute to life, freedom and new beginnings.

Written and Directed by Jean-François Laguionie, Storyboard and Set Design Jean-François Laguionie, Original Music Pierre Kellner (piano), Pascal Le Pennec (orchestra & choir), Assistant Director & Art Director Lionel Chauvin, Editor Kara Blake, Voices Dominique Frot, Diane Dassigny, Anthony Hickling, Jean-François Laguionie, Producers: Jean-Pierre Lemouland, Galilé Marion-Gauvin, Production JPL Films, Unité centrale, Tchack, Distribution in Slovenia Fivia

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On the last day of summer in a picturesque seaside town, Louise finds thats the last train of the season has departed without her. The elderly woman suddenly finds herself entirely alone on the empty streets of this tiny resort town, where the weather soon turns for the worst and the sea rises roughly. The frail woman faces up to these elements, and soon confronts memories that could not have found a better moment to swim to the surface.

This unusual Robinson Crusoe adventure, set in an abandoned seaside town, is a poetic meditation on loneliness, passing away. Above all, it is a tribute to life, freedom and new beginnings.

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