Directed by : Marie Dumora

Prix de la Compétition Française au Festival de Documentaire de Marseille - 2001 Prix Enfance et Jeunesse au Festival Traces de Vie de Clermont-Ferrand - 2001

Two fratries used to live together in a hearth that lies in a small village on the edge of the Rhine. Ten years old Bélinda and twelve years old Sabrina are brutally separated by a magistrate. From now on, both sisters must manage between loneliness and mare.

Thirteen years old Anthony dreams of going away. In order to avoid both the school and the hearth, he leaves and learn joinery. His sister, between worship and irritation, looks at him growing from one visit to another.

It is a film that follows the path from childhood to adolescence between here and elsewhere, between the hearth and the wide world.

fiche technique

Author : Marie Dumora

Photography : Marie Dumora

Sound : Fabrice Naud

Editing : Catherine Gouze

Producer : Les Films d'Ici

Partners : France 3

Length : 90'

ISAN : 000000019E5D0000I00000000K


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