_Synopsis

One June afternoon in Tokyo. A young girl throws herself under a subway. From the rails, his soul rises.
On the platform, the 6 witnesses of the scene are shocked. It has awakened in everyone a trauma, a painful memory, that turns in a loop.
To get out of his wandering, the soul will have to go through everyone's mind, dive into these memories and help them find peace.

Jan KOUNEN

Film director

  • After studying at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Nice, where he directed his first short films, Jan Kounen began work as assistant operator and director of music videos and documentaries. In 1989, he made the short film Gisèle Kérosène, crowned Grand Prix in the category of Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival. In the early 90s, Kounen worked in advertising and made two highly acclaimed short films, Vibroboy and Little Red Riding Hood, the latter seeing him work with Emmanuelle Béart. In 1996, he made his first feature film on the eccentric and violent dog breed Dobermann, starring French actor Vincent Cassel. 

    After the controversial Dobermann film, Jan Kounen traveled across Mexico and Peru, where he immersed in shaman culture and returned in 2004 with the western Blueberry, an adaptation of the famous comic strip by Jean-Michel Charlier and Jean Giraud Moebius where he gave the title role to Vincent Cassel. The same year, he continued his study of shamanism with the documentary Other Worlds. After making his film Darshan – The Embrace (2005), Kounen staged the Comedy 99 francs in 2007, a satire of the world of advertising adapted from the bestseller by Frédéric Beigbeder and produced by Jean Dujardin. After participating in the Project 8 where he campaigned to improve maternal health in the world, he made a film that captured Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky in which he depicts the connection of passion between the famous seamstress with the Russian composer. Starring Anna Mouglalis and Mads Mikkelsen the film closed the 2009 Cannes Festival.

After studying at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Nice, where he directed his first short films, Jan Kounen began work as assistant operator and director of music videos and documentaries. In 1989, he made the short film Gisèle Kérosène, crowned Grand Prix in the category of Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival. In the early 90s, Kounen worked in advertising and made two highly acclaimed short films, Vibroboy and Little Red Riding Hood, the latter seeing him work with Emmanuelle Béart. In 1996, he made his first feature film on the eccentric and violent dog breed Dobermann, starring French actor Vincent Cassel. 

After the controversial Dobermann film, Jan Kounen traveled across Mexico and Peru, where he immersed in shaman culture and returned in 2004 with the western Blueberry, an adaptation of the famous comic strip by Jean-Michel Charlier and Jean Giraud Moebius where he gave the title role to Vincent Cassel. The same year, he continued his study of shamanism with the documentary Other Worlds. After making his film Darshan – The Embrace (2005), Kounen staged the Comedy 99 francs in 2007, a satire of the world of advertising adapted from the bestseller by Frédéric Beigbeder and produced by Jean Dujardin. After participating in the Project 8 where he campaigned to improve maternal health in the world, he made a film that captured Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky in which he depicts the connection of passion between the famous seamstress with the Russian composer. Starring Anna Mouglalis and Mads Mikkelsen the film closed the 2009 Cannes Festival.

Charles Ayats is graduated from L’Ecole des Gobelins. He has namely created the video games Type:Rider (2013 / 1 million DL), Phi (2015), and SENS VR (2017).

Charles AYATS

Author

  • Charles Ayats is graduated from L’Ecole des Gobelins. He has namely created the video games Type:Rider (2013 / 1 million DL), Phi (2015), and SENS VR (2017).

Sabrina CALVO

Author

  • Sabrina Calvo is a writer, designer and designer of transgender video games, born in Marseille in 1974. Known for her very singular sense of the wonderful and the absurd, a woman-orchestra exploring a loving anarchy borrows from spirituality, she lives somewhere in the fatal world...

Sabrina Calvo is a writer, designer and designer of transgender video games, born in Marseille in 1974. Known for her very singular sense of the wonderful and the absurd, a woman-orchestra exploring a loving anarchy borrows from spirituality, she lives somewhere in the fatal world...

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