19min | Short, Comedy, Drama
An unhappy lion mascot, a straight talking chick fed up with sexual double standards, a hypochondriac 18 year old gay guy who just got into med school: all these colorful characters collide in fragments filled with sex talk and humor, with the ever inspiring New Orleans as a backdrop.
not exactly for a precise reason. sure the talk themes are not comfortable but the spiced ingredient is out of the dialogues. maybe, in images, music and portraits of solitude who are source for a clear and precise view about life. two teenagers, references to sexual life, a lion mascot, beautiful music, gray statues and confessions. fragments of feelings and the state of an unique age for who the masks does not exist. a girl and her strange questions, a guitar and a drone. and surprising good actors. significant – the emotions after the end of film. a kind of melancholia, the bones of words, the Xavier Dolan small marks and, in same measure, a different, not very profound, but clear useful, image of life.
Director: Stéphanie Anne Weber Biron
Writer: Stéphanie Anne Weber Biron
Stars: Connor Jessup, Douglas Smith, Stéphanie Anne Weber Biron
Country: Canada | USA
Release Date: 2015 (Canada)