France · 2019 · DCP 2K · Color · 92' · o.v. French/English/Sango
Camille, a young idealistic photojournalist, goes to the Central African Republic to cover the civil war that is brewing up. What she sees there will change her destiny forever.
By adopting the lead character’s first name for the film’s title, Boris Lojkine’s approach shows all its humility. He applies the same dignified treatment to the tragic fate of a country and its inhabitants as he does to the true story of Camille, a young woman who observes and inhabits the world with rare intensity and tries desperately to account for the conflicts and drama in a Black Africa that the West would rather ignore.
Nina Meurisse, Fiacre Bindala, Bruno Todeschini, Grégoire Colin, Ousnabee Zounoua, Abdouraouf Diallo, Rafiki Fariala, Mireille Perrier, Antoine Gouy, Aurélie Mazzeo, Sammy Bangafaye, Kevin Pascal Mette, Antonin Schopfer, Geoffrey Bateman, Roch Leibovici
Boris Lojkine, Bojina Panayotova
13 | 08 | 2019
Open Doors Presentation // CAMILLE by Boris Lojkine