Jaurès

  • April 13, 2017 / 11:00
  • April 15, 2017 / 13:30

Director: Vincent Dieutre
Cast: Eva Truffaut, Vincent Dieutre
France, 2012, 83’,  color
French with English and Turkish subtitles

“She came to see. I have no photo of Simon to show her, no trace except for these stolen shots, taken from the windows of his home overlooking the Jaurès metro station: the canal, cars, neighbourhood life, and this handful of Afghan refugees beneath the Lafayette arch... She watches with me, She questions me, we watch the seasons of this last year of my life with Simon pass, the final months of the refugees’ wearying battle to find a place here in Paris... Jaurès is a non- premeditated film. I shot these scenes on digital video almost instinctively, as if to keep a trace of my love story with Simon.”

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