The Last Children

Director: Fu Le | Live Action | France | World Premiere | 2019 | 10:00 mins

The school merging consists in concentrating isolated primary schools in centralised educational institutes. In 2019, 400 French schools are concerned by this reform.
The Last Children is a choreographic film made in single-shot with the children of a school on the eve of its closure. Through a metaphorical fable, it bears witness to the achievement of the desertification in the rural world and the death of its villages.

  • Director: Fu LE

  • Writer: Fu LE

  • Producer: Martin Rivarel

  • Producer: Alexander Viollet

  • Editor: Alexander Viollet

  • Director of Photography:  Alexander Viollet

  • Composer: Julien Langlois

  • Key Cast: Michel Galaret

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