|Production:||Papyrus Films & Ultime razzia|
A film about Sundays. How do human beings cope with emptiness in their lives? How do men and women cheat (or not cheat) their boredom? How do they get busy on that day, the most conducive to boredom? The film is composed of thirty clips, static shots – a series of paintings in which human beings look like still lives. Each of these shots shows some unusual situation, sometimes ridiculous or bordering on ludicrous, reminiscent of Sunday activities or the lack thereof.
Having graduated in management engineering, Valéry Rosier began to study film direction. His graduation film Yeti was presented at many festivals and won several awards. In 2008 he directed Good Night, a short film that got nominated for the European Film Awards in 2009. Rosier is currently writing the script for his first feature film.