a film by François Uzan
15 min - 2017 - France
Since he retired, Serge suffers from a bad case of nostalgia. When he finds a disposable camera lost during the family trip to Italy in 1989, he decides to have it processed as a surprise for his wife and kids. But this « photo bomb » might blow up in his face…
FRANÇOIS UZAN is a screenwriter and director for television and cinema. He co-wrote several movies : Stars 80, Le Mac and Hibou, directed by Ramzy Bédia. He also wrote Les Âmes de Papier (Paper Souls), directed by Vincent Lannoo starring Julie Gayet, Stéphane Guillon and Pierre Richard and The Tuner, Christopher Lambert’s directorial debut. For television, he was a writer for several TV shows : Que du Bonheur and Victor Sauvage for TF1 and France Kbek for OCS. For France 4, he created and was show-runner for Dead Landes, a 10 x 26mn comedy. He also adapted for French TV and directed Quebec successful show Like Moi. He directed Anne and the Reverend, a documentary shot in Japan and Pochette Surprise (Photo Bomb), a short movie with Patrick Braoudé, Julia Piaton, Baptiste Lecaplain and Marie-Christine Adam selected at the Alpes d’Huez Film Festival. He teaches screenwriting at CEEA and FEMIS in Paris. He currently develops On sourit pour la photo his first feature film as a director.
CrewDirected by : François Uzan
Produced by : Unagi Productions - Anthony Lancret, Kim Younes & Julien Lancret
Cast : Patrick Braoudé, Marie-Christine Adam, Julia Piaton, Baptiste Lecaplain