2017 / EP / Festival
Philippe Pigeard

En compagnie de François Lagarde

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While he is preparing Le Rouge et le Gris, François Lagarde talks about his discovery of Jünger’s text, the deep connexion between this text and photography, his approach of the film, his search for documents. In a few precise and attentive strokes, Philippe Pigeard draws a portrait as a tribute to his departed friend. (NF)

Technical sheet

France 2017 10′

Director

Philippe Pigeard

EP

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