by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond
They’re single, widowed or divorced ; they’ve had children, husbands, a job. They have a life behind them, but also one to come… “Ladies“ reveals the intimate lives of five women in their sixties who are waging a discreet daily battle against loneliness. It’s true that men often prefer younger women, it’s true that one feels invisible in a youth-oriented society, but they are not washed up, far from it. One fills her time with activities, another is recovering from the loss of her husband, others find sustenance in nature… And love? They still believe in it, of course. It’s never too late to dream.
THEATRICAL RELEASE ON SEPTEMBER 26TH
by Stéphane Goël
In 1877 a Swiss aristocrat, Alfred von Rodt, became the king of the Chilean island of Robinson Crusoe in the Pacific Ocean. He ruled for 30 years over a handful of fishermen, some goats, cows and thousands of seals. He lost all of his fortune trying to develop the economy of this isolated, hostile and minuscule territory. Nowadays his descendants still live there, in the small village founded by their ancestor.
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THEATRICAL RELEASE IN SWITZERLAND IN MARCH 2019
FILMS FROM THE CATALOGUE
by Stéphane Goël
If Switzerland is sometimes perceived as heaven on earth, the question that follows is: do its inhabitants believe in heaven? Believers, agnostics and atheists all feel the need for a narrative when confronting death. So, what is left of paradise, which once promised eternal happiness?
Encountering people in the twilight of their years, this film offers a moving, offbeat and personal quest within the depictions of this place common to all of humanity, faced with hope and shared doubt.
by Daniel Wyss
In 2014, the Pentagon awarded P.O.W. medals to 143 WWII veterans, who were held in the infamous Wauwilermoos punishment camp in Switzerland. The story of these airmen and their prison unveils one of the darkest and less known facts of Switzerland’s behavior during World War II.
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