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Photographic Memory

Directed by McELWEE Ross

Storyline

American documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee finds himself in frequent conflict with his son Adrian, who is no longer the delightful child he loved, but an argumentative young adult. He undertakes a journey to St. Quay- Portrieux in Brittany where he worked for a spring as a wedding photographer’s assistant at the age of 24 – slightly older than his son is now. He has not been back to St. Quay since that visit, and hopes to gain some perspective on what his own life was like when he was his son’s age. He also hopes to track down his former employer, a fascinating Frenchman named Maurice, and Maud, a woman with whom he was romantically involved during that spring 38 years ago. Photographic Memory is a meditation on the passing of time, the praxis of photography and film, digital versus analog, and the fractured love of a father for his son.

Details

Director : McELWEE Ross
Production : French Connection Films
Duration : 84
Year : 2011
Original version: French, English
Rights : Worldwide except USA and Latin America
Festivals : Official selections: Cinéma du Réel Paris 2012BAFICI 20122011 Venice Film Festival 2011 Doclisboa Film Festival (Portugal)2011 Copenhagen Film Festival2011 Mar Del Plata Film Festival

2011 - USA - 84 min

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