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Delphine Lehericey
2019 – CH-BE – 90′

Festivals

WORLD PREMIERE - San Sebastian International Film Festival

Synopsis

The drought of 1976.

Under the unforgiving summer sun, Gus’s childhood is coming to an end.

Nature becomes withered, emotions swell up, and the family unit breaks apart:

cracks and crannies take over everything until the unthinkable happens.

The eagerly anticipated thunderstorms will sweep across the exhausted countryside and take a whole world with them.

Crédits

With
Luc Bruchez
Laetitia Casta
Thibaut Evrard
Clémence Poesy

Director
Delphine Lehericey

Writter

Joanne Giger

Adapted from the book of
Roland Buti

DOP
Christophe Beaucarne

Editing
Emilie Morier
Composition
Nicolas Rabaeus

Sound engineer and editor

François Musy

Mix 

Franco Piscopo

First assistant director

Alexandra Gayzal

Continuity

Sonia Pfeuti

Art director

Ivan Niclass

Props master

Rekha Musale

Costumes

Geneviève Maulini

Make-up 

Oriane de Neve

Hair

Marina Aebi

Gaffer

Bruno Verstraete

Key Grip

Stéphane Thiry

Line producer

Christelle Michel

Producers

Elena Tatti

Sébastien Delloye

Elodie Brunner

Thierry Spicher
Productions
Box Productions
Entre Chien et Loup
In coproduction with
RTS Radio Télévision Suisse Romande
Teleclub
RTBF (Télévision belge)

VOO & Be tv
International Sales 
Be For Films
Swiss Distribution
Outside the Box

Biographie

Delphine Lehericey comes from the theatre, first as an actress and director and then as a video artist. She organizes and participates in training courses for the direction of actors and produces objects filmed for scenographic purposes for dance or theatre. Her work with video is gradually moving towards documentary and then fiction.

In 2007 she directed Comme à Ostende, a medium-length film selected in particular in Locarno in the Filmmakers of the Present section.
In 2009 she co-directed the documentary Les Arbitres with the producers of the show Strip-tease, selected at several festivals and distributed by Gaumont.
In 2011 she made a documentary on designer Jean-Paul Lespagnard Mode in Belgium for Arte and RTBF and in 2013 her first feature film PuppyLove with Solène Rigot and Vincent Perez, was presented in international premiere at the San Sebastian festival and in many festivals.

Between 2014 and 2016 Delphine directed the documentary Une cheffe et sa bonne étoile sur about a starred cheffe for Arte and RTBF.
She co-wrote the comic strip series Etoilé about the world of gastronomy for Dupuis and wrote her first comedy Le feu au lac, which tells the story of a family’s upheaval during the grandfather’s wedding with a man.
In 2019, his second feature film Le Milieu de l’horizon is released, with Laetitia Casta and Clémence Poesy.