Location: Redstone Theater
Dir. Pierre Creton. France. 2017, 94 mins. Digital projection. In French with English subtitles. Filmmaker and agricultural laborer Pierre Creton devises a work unlike any other, combining unadorned observational documentary with florid allegory, collaborative performance, first-person storytelling, and group portraiture. At the center is Toto, an adolescent wild boar found on a doorstep by Madeleine, an older woman who has adopted the beast as her last, and most beloved child. Screened at FIDMarseille. North American premiere.
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