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cliquer ici pour écouter l'univers musical inventé par Cyril Morin.... d'un thriller romantique en forme de jeu de pistes pour internautes et cinéphiles... un très jeune réalisateur américain inspiré et surdoué, Ra'up McGee... amoureux des films noirs français de Melville, Becker et Godard première manière... Laurent Lucas / Irène Jacob / Samuel Dupuy / Michel Aumont / Jean-Claude Dreyfus / Dinara Drukarova / Benjamin Rolland...
le premier long métrage uniquement en ligne...
... Automne, la présentation de l'oeuvre
Le "pitch" :
If there were an Academy Award © for the most improbable production of the year, Ra’up McGee’s ‘Autumn’ would surely be a front runner.
Conceived in Indonesia, written in Los Angeles and eventually translated into French for a French cast and crew, the movie is film noir seen through American glasses.
Jean-Pierre is a hit man working for his father-figure Noël in the steamy depths of wet-street Paris.
Noël believes in tough love and slices and dices his crew like his omelets if they show wayward tendencies.
But Jean-Pierre is thinking his best work may be behind him and is growing a conscience.
A traumatic event in his childhood involving a dead woman sent him off on this life of crime.
He shared that scene with his childhood love, Michelle, with whom he has mysteriously recoupled in an attempt to let love find a way.
Both are looking for a way to put the pieces of their lives back together, but it may be too late.
Love not only needs to find a way past Noël and his fillet knife, but past his beautiful and dangerous assistant Veronique.
Veronique is also without sleep for a week or two since her last assignment and also faces a moral dilemma.
Somthin’s gotta give and the key might be in the mysterious briefcase that Michelle stole from her bomb-making boyfriend.
Michelle tells us a bomb requires a container, clips, timer, initiator and charge.
But how do the pieces of the two lives fit into the misshapen container of the Parisian underworld distorted by childhood memories of leaves blowing over an abandoned body?
If all this seems complicated you are definitely catching on...