|Director: Guillaume Levil|
France, 2015, 16min
Format: Digital (screening) - RED (shooting)
Festival Year: 2016
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|Cast: ||Agnès Croutelle, Alice de Lencquesaing, Pascal Carbon, Jean Vincentelli|
|Crew: ||Executive Producers: Guillaume Levil - Producers: Florent Guimberteau - Screenwriters: Guillaume Levil - Cinematographer: Alexis Doaré - Editor: Lara Tosello - Composer: Aurélie Martin, Prokoschnov|
Anne, a fity-years-old woman with a bourgeois mentality, listens to a message secretly intended for her husband: a man makes an appointment with him in a gay club where you must give the password, "Easy Reappearance"...
Guillaume Levil has directed a few short films and a feature which were shown all over France and abroad. “La vieille dame qui ne souriait plus” (The Old Lady Who Wouldn't Smile Anymore), a 12-minute movie, was thus selected for more than 60 festivals and got 17 international awards.
Born in Provence, Guillaume Levil likes shooting in the south to catch the light that inspires him from lands of many tales and legends. As a true lover of Capra’s and Pagnol’s work, he gives away images as story-teller, not to escape reality but to celebrate it differently.