Twenty Nine Minutes at Sea

Jacques Perconte

IFFR 2018

Curtain Call

  • 30'
  • France
  • 2016
A peaceful image transforms imperceptibly into a blood-red scene. Below the soothing waves of the sea, deep unrest simmers. Digital impressionism. An inner journey in our relationship with violence and memory, through a patient deconstruction of the image, set to the subtle sound of a never-ceasing wind.
Director
Jacques Perconte
Country of production
France
Production Year
2016
Festival Edition
IFFR 2018
Length
30'
Medium
DCP
Language
no dialogue
Producer
Jacques Perconte
Sales
Light Cone Distribution

Programme IFFR 2018

Curtain Call

An invitation to reflect upon the lure of science and technology and our obsession with progress through a series of films and an exhibition.

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