Antoine, a problematic 14-year-old, spends a day with his tutor. For one last time before his tutor’s departure for Russia, the two ‘brothers’ mess around in the city streets.
Writer: Eric K. Boulianne
Director: Rémi St-Michel
Producers: Rémi St-Michel, Eric K. Boulianne, Jean-Sébastien B. Gagnon (Romance Polanski & Klaus Kinky)
About Rémi St-Michel
Rémi St-Michel discovered theatre and cinema at François-Xavier Garneau College in Quebec City.
In 2010, he directed his first short film Marshmallow which had a respectable festival run and opened doors to the cinema program at the University of Quebec in Montreal.
For his final studies project, he co-wrote and directed The Deer, which won many prizes around the globe.
Encouraged by this success, he continued with a new short, Little Brother, that had its world premiere at Cannes Critic’s Week in 2014.
This young man from Beauport has many other projects in his head and is currently writing his first feature film.