|aMan vs trash /|cMother and Son présentent, produit par Philoméne Esposito ; un film écrit et réalisé par Martin Esposito.
|aTaipei, Taiwan :|b[Distributed by] New Movie Trading Co. Ltd.,|c2013.
|aTaipei, Taiwan :|b[Distributed by] New Movie Trading Co. Ltd.,|c
|a1 DVD (71 min.) :|bsound, color ;|c4 3/4 in.
|atwo-dimensional moving image|2rdacontent
|avideo file|bDVD video|2rda
|aOriginally produced as a documentary film in 2013.
|aAspect ratio 16:9.
|aCinematography, Martin Esposito ; music, Patrick Brugaliéres.
|aMartin returns his childhood place. He has now been buried by a huge open dump. Martin decides to settle and live in this world of garbage, punctuated by the forth back and forth dances of trucks and bulldozers leveling and discharging waste. For days and months, Martin will mark his place in an unbearable universe seemingly driving to madness. He feeds himself with the trash. He bathes into the river each daily, like a step back to the primitive world. He looks after animals trapped in the hellhole, and surfs on giant wave generated by the trash. Nothing looking for exposure such pointing fingers at one other, Martin simply tries, in this film, a desperate effort to make a metaphor for our world, minus the guilt. Martin won't accept this universe that has been imposed, he wants to appropriate it, ingest and digest. This until the final and permanent closure of the dump, where he will save the last seagull from poisoning.
|aDVD ; Dolby digital 2.0.
|aIn French with optional traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese or English subtitles.