18–22.10 2017
Program Poster Editorial Jury

Morning Patrol

A woman is travelling through a devasted world, hoping to reach the sea, a utopian destination nobody has come back from. Avoiding traps and hostile milice patrols, she can only rely on her survival instinct to succeed. At a time when “Mad Max” ersatzes were growing like weed, Nikolaidis takes up the post-apo genre with a sensibility closer to John Hillcoat's (“The Road”) than George Miller's. A taunt whise audacity also relies on the highlighting of a heroine in a world od lads.
Nikos Nikolaidis, 1999, Grèce
HD, couleur, grec (st. anglais), 108’'
Âge légal: 16 ans

Friday 20
18:30
Cinématographe