1962, South of France. A wine grower is reluctant to let his elder son go away to middle school, even though he is at the top of his class. The boy confides in Breton, the farm horse.
by Christophe Switzer
Christophe Switzer is a screenwriter and director of several successful short films. His work is inspired by arthouse cinema and neorealism, as well as linked to the tradition of Everyman toward the audience. He is demanding and meticulous in the artistic direction of his films, and is author of humanistic stories that appeal to the heart: true things infused with humour and feelings.