Martin cries. He is alone. He woke up in the morning and all his friends were gone. Disappeared. Just not there. He sets off to look for them. And he searches everywhere, in the city, in the mountains, in the rivers, but he doesn’t find them. That makes him furious. Really furious – really sad. Rage, violence, longing, loneliness. Without fear of great feelings, without fear of one's own courage and without fear of violence, Jonathan Vinel tells a story of love and loss entirely based on elements from the computer game Grand Theft Auto V – beyond all kinds of tawdry notions and with extremely concrete physicality.
16’ · Colour
Paul Hamy (Voice of Martin)Clémence Diard (Narrator)Sarah-Megan Allouch (Voice of Louna)
Born in Toulouse, France in 1988, he studied film editing at La Fémis in Paris and started making short films whilst still a student. In 2014 he and collaborator Caroline Poggi won the Golden Bear in the Berlinale Shorts section with Tant qu’il nous reste des fusils à pompe (As Long as Shotguns Remain). Their short film Notre Héritage (Our Legacy) screened in the same section in 2016 and the two are currently working on their first feature film together.Filmography (short films)
2011 Play 2012 Prince puissance souvenirs (Prince Power Memories) 2013 Notre amour est assez puissant (Our Love is Powerful Enough) 2014 Tant qu'il nous reste des fusils à pompe (As Long as Shotguns Remain); co-director: Caroline Poggi, Berlinale Shorts 2015 Notre Héritage (Our Legacy); co-director: Caroline Poggi, Berlinale Shorts 2017 Martin Pleure (Martin Cries)
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2017