Young Parisians make a film about the day-to-day life of a Cotentin farmer

The film was shot by the group of young people under the direction of the company Son des Rues. (©La Manche Press)

We can remember the shooting, in Vretot (delegated municipality of Bricquebec-en-Cotentinchannel), in the Lise Pignol’s farm and his parents, of a documentary closer to real life: a feature film produced by a group of young people from Parisfrom different universities, and who are coming together for this project, as Laurence Launey explains, one of the managers of the project was accompanied by two other professionals.

One of the youngest farmers in La Manche

The street sound company he realizes documentary films since 2010, in particular with residents, youth and the teenagers northeast of Paris.

“That day in October 2020, we find the young people on the farm discovering the life of Lisa, 23 years old, without a doubt one of the youngest farmers in La Manche. »

Laurence Launey

Laurence Launey explained at the time: “Our arrival at the Cotentin It is the beginning of a project in three folds. These three components correspond to ruralitythe maritime environmentthe mountain pasture. »

establish a link

For young people, this three-day course “allows them to be closer to real life people we know. Today, the team has reached the end of the project with the completion of a 1 hour 10 movieentitled From dawn to duskshot in the Cotentin, the High mountains (meeting with pastors) and the South Finisterre (immersion in the world of fishermen).

The good news is that the film will be broadcast, which Thursday, April 28, 2022 for Le Donjon Cinema of Bricquebec, in the presence of five of the young people who participated in the filming:

“The objective is to continue establishing a link between young people and the inhabitants of different regions and discuss the ways of working and living of each one. »

The film is made up of encounters, discoveries of professions, questions from young people faced with the hardness of the tasks, but also the passion of the professionals interviewed.

From our correspondent Elisabeth GAVARD

Videos: currently on Actu

“From Dawn to Dusk”, a documentary at the Le Donjon de Bricquebec cinema, this Thursday at 8:30 p.m.

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