Jean-Charles Fitoussi | France | 2017 | 60 min. | O.V. French with English and Spanish subtitles

A taciturn farce that is presented as a game: the setting, a castle. The characters, a jaded family sold by the patriarch, along with the castle, to Professor Stein (Frankenstein’s great-grandson). The catalysts, two substances: Resurrectine and Vitalium, which send you into a deep sleep or wake you up. Thanks to them, Stein uses the family’s sleeping bodies as “recipients” for his dead ancestors, whom he invokes scientifically through their DNA. The dice fall, the game begins: multiple personalities and eras become entangled in a jumble of amorous conflicts that are both hundreds of years old and very human. 
Direction: Jean-Charles Fitoussi 
Script: Jean-Charles Fitoussi.
Cinematography: Sébastien, Buchmann, Tom Harari, Julien Roux, Alan Guichaoua.
Editing: Jean-Charles Fitoussi
Sound: Erwan Kerzanet, Elton Rabineau, Nicolas Mas, François Boudet
Cast: Frédéric Schiffter, David Brouzet, Serge Reboul, Philippe Irrmann, Guillaume Gallienne, Adeline D'Hermy, Emmanuel Levaufre, Françoise Forget, Xavier Bonnet.
Production: Jean-Charles Fitoussi, Christophe Gougeon.

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