A young woman decides to go after a man she’s in love with… –Semaine de la critique
Born in Saintes, Charente maritime.
Before becoming an actor, he worked as a dental technician in Oléron island.
We saw him in Fragments of Antonin_, In Your Wake, Welcome Home, Taken and Comme une étoile dans la nuit.
He now lives in Paris. He is 30. Faiblesses is his [directorial debut]. –Semaine de la critique
Very amateurish film. If for amateurish, we intend the art of bringing nothing to the nothing. 27 minutes of nothing. Nope, that's not kinda avangarde ^^ And realize, that sooner or later she'll look around to find someone that will fuck and dominate her for real. There's no sex here, nor domination, neither sharing or feelings.
I find this extremely erotic and sense provoking, but I think it's unnecessarily long. Loved the blackouts and the sensation of not knowing what happening around, if the man's approaching or what will he do. Nevertheless, the story is full of flaws, the characters just interact but never connect (not even with the audience) and, in the end, it was just a 27 minute short film with 20 minutes of bizarre sex.
Strange and sensual, but it is impossible to shake a feeling that something sinister is at work. The shots are sparse and very beautiful, and I love the pitch black cuts that obscure the action, but the relationship, to me, was a tad disturbing, though I liked the uneasiness as it set up some tension and a possible shift in power. Overall very pretty, and in a style I am quite fond of.