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51st Directors’ Fortnight May 15-25, 2019

Vagabond

Fortnight 1992, Feature film, 1 H 29

Synopsis

Quentin, in his wrinkled forties, is a wanderer. He has been travelling the roads of France with no illusions for the past seven years. Since the death of Louise, the young woman he loved so deeply, “and even a little more”. This death has thrown him on the roads, from path to regions, from boarding houses to abandoned houses, from temporary jobs, to unusual encounters, he goes through life with irony and detachment. However, his armour cracks when he meets Marie and her daughter – the beginning of a passionate love story. Taking up with a long-forgotten feeling, Quentin feels ready to settle down again. However, his demanding need for affection and Marie’s hesitation between two men lead him to deadlock. Wounded, Quentin packs his bags at dawn and sets off new adventures…

Director

Ann Le Monnier

He started as an assistant director in advertising or corporate and feature films. He started directing with a short film. Vagabond is his first full length film.

Gérard Darmon
Jacques Canselie
Jean-Jacques Moreau
Ludmila Mikaël
Thierry Rey

Screenplay
Philippe Cosson, Anny Danché, Ann Le Monnier, d’après le roman de Bernard Pouchèle “L’Etoile et le vagabond”

Image
Pierre Novion (AFC)

Sound
Gérard Lecas

Editing
Anny Danché

Music
Jean-Louis Valéro

Set decoration
Dominique Piolé

P¨RODUCTION : MC Films VENTE A L’ETRANGER : Motion Media