What remains when love has gone? In Marie and Boris’s case, it’s the house she paid for and he remodeled – and two daughters. Boris doesn’t make enough to pay for his own apartment, so he moves to the couch temporarily. 15 years of tenderness, rage and resentment have grown in the couple, wild pent-up feelings that need an outlet, somewhere in the prison of the soul their house has become. The Filmfest is screening another film by Joachim Lafosse in the Spotlight sidebar: LES CHEVALIERS BLANCS.
Cast: Bérénice Bejo, Cédric Kahn, Marthe Keller, Jade Soentjens, Margaux Soentjens
Screenplay: Mazarine Pingeot, Fanny Burdino, Joachim Lafosse
Director of Photography: Jean-François Hensgens
Film Editor: Yann Dedet
Production Designer: Olivier Radot
Costume Design: Pascaline Chavanne
Sound: Marc Engels, Ingrid Simon, Valérie Le Docte, Thomas Gauder
Producer: Sylvie Pialat, Benoît Quainon, Jacques-Henri Bronckart, Olivier Bronckart
Production Company: Les Films du Worso, Versus Production
World Sales: Le Pacte
Distributor: Camino Filmverleih GmbH
Director: Joachim Lafosse
Belgian writer-director Joachim Lafosse, born 1975, attended L’Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IDA) in Louvain-La-Neuve. His film PRIVATE PROPERTY (FILMFEST MÜNCHEN 2006) already dealt with the economic and emotional effects of divorce. À PERDRE LA RAISON (2012) also was about the pressures within a dysfunctional family.