october, 2020

fri23oct(oct 23)10:00 amsun25(oct 25)10:00 pmFeti’aCategory:FREE,Guest Curated Programs,iN2020,On-Demand,Short Film


23 (Friday) 10:00 am - 25 (Sunday) 10:00 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my time

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Ce court-métrage parle d’une fille au stade final d’un cancer qui s’isole dans la nature. Au pied de sa tente, elle trouve un jeune garçon ivre mort. Il fait tout pour remonter le moral de la fille durant la nuit, lisant du recueil du grand poète mā’ohi Henri Hiro rendant espoir aux générations futures.
This short film depicts a girl with terminal-stage cancer who is hiding out in nature. From her tent, she finds a young boy passed out nearby. He does everything to cheer her up during the night, including reading through a collection by great Mā’ohi poet Henri Hiro who gives hope to future generations.
Director: Manuarii Bonnefin – Mā’ohi
Des expériences d’acteur et de scénariste au Québec, en Polynésie et en Nouvelle-Zélande, ont façonné le réalisateur mā’ohi Manuarii Bonnefin qui signe des courts-métrages partagés entre le rire et le poétique, qui analysant ainsi les relations humaines et les sujets socioculturels rendus tabous.
Acting and screenwriting experiences in Quebec, Polynesia and New Zealand have moulded the Mā’ohi filmmaker Manuarii Bonnefin whose short films lie between humour and poetry and analyze human relations and sociocultural subjects seen as taboo.

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