Nina, Raph and Malo, three young musicians on their way to a tour hope to sign with a musical label. Persuaded to win the jackpot, Ralph unwittingly spends their entire savings playing casino.
Now ruined and without gasoline, their caravan is found immobilized on a parking lot in a small provincial town.
Malo tries to convince Nina to change their precarious lifestyle for a peaceful and stable future. On the other side, Ralph lives with the fear of seeing his friends leave.
For her part, Nina claims to try to find a theater that could accommodate them in the nearby city.
With an end in suspense, all these elements question the viewer about his place in society, his dreams, the desires of each, stifled by what is imposed on us.
Between the happy days from which the characters come and the peaceful days they hope to see come back, the scenario suggests monsters, while playing with the imagination of spectators who are devoid of information about the world around them.
"Make your life a dream and a dream a reality" is the maxim that guided me to create the short film "Essences".
"Idealism, Humanity and Solidarity" are the words that made up this experience, because without the help of Continental Productions and the team of more than 30 people, this short film would never have seen the light of day.
This short film is therefore a satyr of our capitalist society imbued with this individuality, in which we are constantly exposed in our own personal and professional lives.
Our three characters will evolve in a frame that is dreamlike and exotic, but the behaviors will be stained with selfishness and bad feelings. The various ambitions of this group of music will betray its beautiful morals and this confidence by need of recognition. Promises always announced but never kept. A palpable disillusion of this lost youth who is constantly searching for himself. Their will to be unconventional and unconventional will also override the anxiety of not meeting the criteria of this society.
Art has always rocked my life, I was born into an artist family!
Seven years ago I started as an actress.
I started by doing the international film school "Blanche Salant and Paul Weaver". Then I joined the "master class 1" conservatory of Toulouse. I did various "acting" internships such as "The emotional bubble" by Damien Acoca, "L'atelier grenier théâtre" by Francis Azema and the "Coté cours" school by Franck Llopis.
I continue my training with the courses of "Actor's studio" led by Jack Waltzer and Joelle Séchaud on Paris and Los Angeles in the United States. Now I continue my training too with Alexandre Paita in Studio Theater in Geneva.
In parallel, I have been working for 3 years for Continental Productions (founded in 1996) with my father. This family business is an audiovisual production specializing in advertising (commercials, photos and 3D retouching).
I started to live my intermittency, a year ago having had small roles in short and professional feature films, commercials (photos and movies) and TV series. I joined a troupe of professional dancers this year and performs small performances in Paris. I currently produce and play in a "docu-fiction" "The cosmics Pirates" for children in the United States for educational and lucrative purposes, for the safeguarding of our planet.
My true passion is to produce, perform or play in "humanistic / human" films that make sense of this vision and love that I have for the 7th art.