Tag Archives: Pascal Cervo

Paul Vecchiali – La cérémonie (2014)

“La Cérémonie” de 2014, est donné en complément de “Change pas de main” dans l’édition La Traverse. C’est un film tourné en parallèle au dernier long “Nuits blanches sur la Jetée” ; une sorte de rêverie incestueuse construite sur la permutation ludique des deux interprètes, Astrid Adverbe et Pascal Cervo, à nouveau fils et fille de fiction tendrement fantasmés du réalisateur.
“The Ceremony” (2014), is featured as an extra to “Change pas de main” in the La Traverse release. It is a film shot in parallel with the feature film “Nuits blanches sur la jetée”; a sort of incestuous reverie built on the playful permutation of the two performers, Astrid Adverbe and Pascal Cervo, this time again as fictive son and daughter , tenderly fantasized by the director. Read More »

Laurent Achard – Le dernier des fous AKA The Last of the Crazy People (2006)

Based on the 1967 novel by Canadian author Timothy Findley, THE LAST OF THE CRAZY PEOPLE is a French naturalist drama from director Laurent Achard. Martin is a young boy growing up in a family on the brink of collapse, the story is presented from his perspective as he passively watches it slowly crumble around him. Read More »

Jérôme Reybaud – Jours de France AKA Four Days in France (2016)


Disillusioned with his life in Paris, Pierre Tomas drops everything to travel through France. Via phone numbers written in bathroom stalls, coincidental rendezvous, and Grindr, a smartphone app, Pierre never ceases to find a parking spot for the car he so dearly maneuvers. As he wanders the country for four days and four nights, his lover, Paul, will try to find him, using the same app that compasses Pierre. In a game of absurdist cat and mouse, these two lovers try, in their own ways, to find their way back to one another. Read More »