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17 January 2015 à 15:29

Review of "Aïssa" by Eduardo Mórlan

Eduardo Morlan has been a member of the Social Networks Jury since the first edition of the festival. This year, in celebration of the festival's 5th anniversary, we have given him carte blanche to review the short films in competition.

Today's review


France, 2014
Directed by Clément Tréhin-Lalanne.
Color, 8’15”
Rating: 4/5

Aïssa, another clever, interesting and moving short film in the selection of this MyFrenchFilmFestival - 2015 edition, “Aïssa” deserves to be watched more than once and its main asset is creating empathy among the audience, because its theme is universal and those are the best ones to be shown, because everybody will be affected by them.

A mute, fearful, powerless, and minimal woman is the main subject of the picture and everyone can feel her suffering and loneliness. An excellent team work by the director, the actors and the technical supports has created another gem that YOU SHOULD NOT MISS.

Review by Eduardo Mórlan

Author : Communications

Latest update : 14 April 2015 à 15:29 CEST

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MyFrenchFilmFestival - 2015

Type : UniFrance festival

Theme : French films