A DAY IN FRANCE
Director(s): Roland THERON, Elise DARBLAY – Writer(s): Roland THERON, Elise DARBLAY Contact Print page
Offering impressive aerial views, this documentary film takes to the skies to reveal the many facets of the French territory, enriched by the stories of those who inhabit it and make it function. . What we discover proves to be much more than just majestic landscapes, a beautiful national heritage, small picturesque villages in the hills or the urban France of modern cities...
In the last 20 years, the country has changed considerably. France thrives on its cultural diversity, its geographical variety and even its contradictions. But how does it actually work? Who watches over the territory? How does it manage its energy and resources? What impact does tourism have on the landscape? Where (and how) do the French live today?
Offering a ‘Tour de France’ in 24 hours, our journey begins in the early hours of the morning, it is s still dark, but some are awake in order to watch over this vast stretch of land at the confines of Western Europe...
Online for viewing:
1. 90' version
2. 53' version
The film is accompanied by a 10 x 26' history series. Click here to discover "FRANCE-GERMANY, A SHARED HISTORY.