Les Deux Lucy

Frédérique Devaux, Michel Amarger

Experimental Documentary | France | Betacam SP | 4:3 | color | mono | 2003 | 18'  00"
45 €

Original language: Français Screening Copy: digital
Les Deux Lucy is a short documentary portrait of the shooting of Raphaël Bassan's film Lucy en miroir. It's the opportunity for us to look at one of our contemporary filmmakers and important film critics of what we call in French cinémas differents, meaning a different way of making films. Our making of offers the opportunity to follow, step by step, the making of this short film with scenes shot on the set, and to listen to comments by the filmmaker about his work. F. Devaux et M. Amarger


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