Scen., M.: Cécile Decugis. F.: Olivier Guéneau. Mus.: Michele Auzépy. Int.: Anne de Broca (Clotilde), Patrick Karl (Richard), Laura Di Marchi (Sofia), M. Widroiajegomitcher (Marc), Mathieu Baratier (Pierre), Mikaël Mompion (Georges), Juliette Mayniel (la contessa), Chantal Chierici (Angelica). Prod.: Régimage. DCP. D.: 33’. Col.
“Every time you get out in the open, every time you leave those four walls, things become riveting, streets, cafés, restaurants”. Clotilde meets Richard whom she has not seen for a few years and who has been through a divorce. He is taking his two sons to Italy. He suggests she join them with her own son in a house they have taken by the sea. Both this reunion and the holiday prove a disappointment. Maybe she expects things to take a particular turn, but her son’s presence changes the course of things. Is it that he enters into conflict with her? Or is it that he understands her deepest needs?