Plan de fuite
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A woman leaves the city in order to find and face herself alone. She is filled with an irresistible desire to discover and surmount new obstacles. She leaves behind a passive man, who spends his time writing on his computer. Their ideas intercept one another and advance. The images become paper which replaces the words.

1995
Canada
20:00
Original language
French (on-screen text)
No dialogue

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Credits

Direction
Luc Bourdon
Photography
Bernard Fougères
Édith Labbé
Sound
Luc Bourdon
Serge Cardinal
Production
Martine Beauchemin
Editing
Michel Giroux
Laura Lefave
Marie-France Giraudon
Music
Serge Boisvert
Michel F. Côté
Diane Labrosse
Alexandre St-Onge
Martin Tétreault
Production
Luc Bourdon

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Color
Image format
4:3

Documentation

Further information

"Plan de fuite, by Luc Bourdon, is a skilful construction of spaces and states tied to the exploration of these spaces, some of them private, others public. The video suggests wandering, a floating between two continents (geographical and private) ; the mind and body float freely and the landscape files by. A man and a woman, in parallel, watch. They are looking for different things".

GINGRAS, Nicole. «Faire rouler les mots dans sa bouche», Espaces intérieurs: le corps, la langue, les mots, la peau (Québec City, Musée du Québec, 1999), p. 128.

Keywords
Procession, Loss, Space, Wandering, Parallel