Holiday time, a Mediterranean island. Three wanderings at summer's end. The determination, no matter the cost, to make things change. Nostalgia for a past that never existed.
Valéry Rosier directed his first short film in 2008, entitled Bonne Nuit, winner of awards at a dozen festivals. In 2011 he produced and directed Dimanches, winner of the Kodak Discovery Prize for Best Short at the 50th Critics’ Week at Cannes, among other awards. In 2013 he made his first documentary, Silence Radio, and in 2014 directed Babel Express, a series of 26-minute documentaries produced with ARTE. He has also worked as an assistant on numerous feature films and has participated in video-art projects with the Belgian artist, Pierre de Mûelenaere.