Chien de la casse
by Jean-Baptiste Durand
France // In development // 100′ // HD // Color
Themes: Forgotten youth, Village, Friendship, Love
A screenplay by Jean-Baptiste Durand, co-written with Nicolas Fleureau and Emma Benestan
Dog and Mirales are childhood friends. They live in a small village in the south of France and spend most of their days hanging out in the streets. To kill time, Mirales has got into the habit of teasing Dog, often more than necessary. But that fall, Dog meets Elsa with whom he has a love affair. Riddled with jealousy, Mirales has to let go of his past to grow up and find his place.
This project was supported by the writing and developement funds of the Occitania Region and the rewriting fund of the CNC. It has also benefited from the CNC’s advance on revenues, and contributinons by SOFICAs Indefilms and Cinemage.
Distribution and worldwide sales will be managed by BAC Films.
The project also benefited from the writing residencies of Groupe Ouest, Moulin d’Andé-Céci, as well as EMERGENCE and C.L.O.S (within the FIFIB festival).