2 June 2015
François Péloquin ‘s first feature length chronicles the summer in Québec of Jérémie (Antoine l’Ecuyer) and his father (Roy Dupuis) in the family sawmill with their different approach to love each other, share feelings or imagine the future.
A film about a teenager caught up between the river and the forest.
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