Guy, a pianist passionate about his music, sees his life turned upside down when the church where he officiates takes in a mysterious little girl. A true piano virtuoso, the child prodigy will soon steal the show.
A duel of egos then begins.
Before I even emerged from my mother's womb, I had seen - or should I say heard - more movies than any other fetus on this planet. Fed up by movie-loving parents, I spent my childhood, camcorder in hand, making short films with the means at hand, inventing all kinds of stories. From war movies to ac-tion comedy to the zombie invasion, I have fun filming my native village from all angles and my friends are not spared.
With an ES baccalaureate with a film option in my pocket, I embarked on film studies in Nantes where I made several films to try out different genres and find my own.
Then I write and I direct several short films trying to breathe my universe into them: a real estate agent who goes after a rat, a settling of scores between a student and his noisy neighbor, a piano duel between a priest and a little girl...
The short film is for me a playground subject to experimentation where I can exorcise the demons of my daily life through themes that animate me such as duel, madness or obsession.
After Fortissimo, which is currently beginning its career in festivals, I continue to develop projects while fighting to continue making the cinema that I like: genre, popular and entertaining cinema. Even if it sometimes involves going through independence and getting by.
After all, as Peter Jackson says: pain is temporary; film is forever.