a film by Jean-Benoît Ugeux


A father and his son haven’t seen each other much these last few years. Time has passed, and and it is hard for them to get closer again. Luckily for them, there is psychedelic rock. And Schubert…

Jean Benoît Ugeux

Jean-Benoit Ugeux is a Belgian actor, director and screenwriter living in Brussels but very often on travel. He works mainly in broken and/or improvised films. He loves Johann Sebastian Bach a lot, eating pizzas and walking in the deeps woods. He often wears a beautiful mustache.

Awards :
Bayard of the Best short film International Competition and National Competition, Best Actor National Competition - FIFF Namur (Belgium)

Festivals :
Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur (Belgium) - in competition
Festival International du Film of Mons (Belgium) - in competition
Festival Côté Court (France) - in competition
Un Festival c’est Trop Court (France) - in competition


Director: Jean-Benoît Ugeux
Produced by : Benoît Roland (Wrong Men), Olivier Berlemont & Emilie Dubois (Origine Films), Jean-Benoît Ugeux (Apoptose)
Cast : Jean-Benoît Ugeux, Balthazar Monfé, Séléné Guillaume, Sandrine Blancke
Cinematography : Florian Berutti
Sound: Bruno James Schweisguth
Editing : Vincent Villa
Partners and supports : Région Île-de-France - Aide après réalisation