Louise misses the last train departing from a small seaside town, now completely deserted at the end of summer. But far from panicking, the old lady will make the most of her isolation to lead a simple life and reminisce about her past. This minimalist story comes to us through the delicate, detailed strokes of Jean-François Laguionie, master of European animation. oductor asociado.
Born in 1939 in Besançon, in 1978 he picked up the award for best short film in Cannes with Rowing Across the Atlantic. His feature films include Gwen, the Book of Sand (85) and The Painting (11).