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Lucienne in a world without solitude

(Lucienne dans un monde sans solitude)
US Premiere

Director: Geordy Couturiau

France, 2021, 30 min

Festival Year:2022

Category:Narrative Short

Crew:Writer: Geordy Couturiau. Producers: Insolence Productions, Miles TV.


In a world without solitude, where everyone shares their life with their double, Lucienne has a relationship with Paul, a former lover who has lost his twin. While she desires his love, Paul only wants to find his brother.

Individualism and exclusive relationships are not tolerated in this world which increasingly inspires Lucienne disgust. Her desire takes her away from her sister and probably from this man.

About the director

Born in Bruxelles, Geordy starts his actor career at age 9 and pursues it for almost 15 years (The Axe, Anna M…) before dedicated himself to his first passion by directing some videoclips and commercials.

In 2018, he directs Lucienne eats a car starring Stéphane Caillard, his first short film that wins several awards (Best "Noves visions” Short Film at Sitges International Fantastic Films Festival, Best actress at Fantasia, France 2 award at Film court de Brest, Special Jury Award at Un festival c’est trop court at Nice) and that is broadcasted on France 2 TV channel.

In 2021, he directs two short films:

- The Magic Flute, a fanciful buddy movie with Esdras Registe and Guillaume Dietrich, supported by the Seine-Saint-Denis department, currently in festivals (Public Award at Contis Festival, Lotus Productions award at Alice Nella Città in Roma).

- Lucienne in a world without solitude, starring Stéphane Caillard and Cédric Kahn, a fantastic drama supported by the CNC, France 2, the Brittany region, and that will starts his journey in festivals in 2022.

He’s writing now his first feature film.


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