Solus – by R. Bersot, C. Dellerie, M. Larue, T. Rodriguez
Everyone defends himself from reality: a story about loneliness and survival in CGI
2012 | 5 - 10 | CGI | Dark Comedy | France | Human Nature
Solus is the French animated short film created, in computer graphics, by Robin Bersot, Camille Dellerie, Mickaël Larue and Thomas Rodriguez, graduated at the ESMA – Ecole Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques.
The meticulous work directed by the ensemble tells the story of Carl, a man in his fifties probably survived an apocalyptic disaster. Carl shares home with his friend Eddy, for whom he plays the piano and prepares lunch. But Eddy is still a silent presence. One day, while he’s looking for food, he finds an unconscious boy, named Sam. Carl brings him back home and takes care of him. When Sam wakes up, he will question Carl’s way of life and instill dangerous doubts…
Solus is a graduation film, but the attention to the scenes, full of details, visual textures and colors, is really amazing. This is a human story about loneliness and our inability to let go away who and what we love or have loved.comments powered by Disqus