The film is a little masterpiece. Perfect in every performance segment. Precise and seductive compositions, suggestive color-soaked scenes and visualized emotions, longing and regret. A feeling of nostalgia that gently pulsates through the film image. Sound and noises are almost coming out of their ambience, creating a tactile sense of presence.
Yann Pichot was born 1992 in Brittany, France. At 18 years old, he directed his first short film. During his film studies in Rennes, he directed LA PASSEUSE, selected at Brest European Film Festival and which won the Cinematography Prize in Angoulême. Always in search of aesthetic authenticity, in 2019 he shot REGARDE PASSER MON FANTÔME (See my ghost passing away). Alongside his personal projects, he works at Aurora Films.
Between dreams and nightmares, Lilith sees the ghost of her lost love.