► Durée : 50' /
do we live? What makes us happy? What impact does work have on our daily life?
How are our lives alienated? In what way are our private lives private? How
does a person “earn a living”? Of what
emancipation project are we the bearers?
they want answers to these questions today, 4 actors are bringing words from
the past together onto the stage. They enjoy themselves playing Edgar Morin and
Jean Rouch, who produced Chronique d'un
été [Story of a summer] in 1961, a major film making daily life a subject
on its own. Putting these words of yesterday into dialogue with those of
today’s society, they ask us the question: what has happened, in little more
than one generation?
A project initiated and directed by: Justine Lequette / Collective writing / With: Rémi Faure, Benjamin Lichou, Jules Puibaraud, Léa Romagny / Assistant and production manager: Annah Schaeffer / Project from a Solo Carte Blanche of ESACT / With the support of ESACT and La Chaufferie-Acte1.