In a youth detention centre, Joe is preparing to go back into society, not knowing what life will be like on the other side. However, when the new boy, William, is transferred to the cell beside him, Joe's desire for freedom quickly turns into a different kind of craving. Working together during lessons of photography, drawing, dancing and rap, Joe and William undertake a two-way journey. A journey of emotional and expressive emancipation, which will lead them to increasingly revolve around each other. Because, behind those walls, passion outweighs the desire for freedom.
Zeno Graton was born in Brussels in 1990. He studied at the INSAS Film School and he began directing his first short films: including Mouettes (2013) and Jay Parmi les hommes (2015), nominated for the the Magritte du Cinéma award. This year he directed his first feature film Lost Boys, presented at the last Berlinale and nominated for the Silver Bear and the GWFF Award for The Best First Feature. In parallel, Zeno works as a video operator in the theaters in Belgium and France.
Montaggio/Editing Nobuo Coste, Arnaud Batog
Fotografia/Photography Olivier Boonjing
Scenografia/Production Design Guillaume Orain Audooren
Suono/Sound Romain Cadilhac, Mélissa Petitjean
Musica/Music Bachar Mar-Khalifé
Interpreti/Cast Matéo Bastien, Jonathan Couzinié, An D'Hooghe, Julien De Saint Jean, Samuel Di Napoli, Khalil Ben Gharbia, Eye Haidara
Produttore/Producer Priscilla Bertin, Valérie Bournonville, Judith Nora, Joseph Rouschop, Marie Darel
Produzione/Production Menuetto Film, Silex Films, Tarantula Belgique
Vendite internazionali/World Sales Indiesales