A day in the life of Daniel, a 10-year-old boy. At school, his daily life will be turned upside down by a discovery about some of the secrets of human existence and the rituals of contemporary life, where violence is always present whether as threat or creation. A precise, short, direct, and meaningful film that takes the concept of ‘novel of formation’ in its least epic dimension. Because our lives are altered by very small events.



Marine Atlan Graduated from La Fémis, Marine Atlan is director of photography and director. She was DOP on Louise Hémon’s films, Benoît Bouthors’s, Caroline Poggi’s and Jonathan Vinel’s. Her first film 'Les Amours Vertes' won the Great Prize at Clermond Ferrand Film Festival.


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