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111 is an essay on machismo and its clichés - speed, risk, power, death... Joe Sarahan shows us that sport is an art form with its own rules and codes, an art form with fragile boundaries. A racecar driver, boxer and fencer are each confronted in regards to their fighting spirit. All three deny they are macho : it's clear that they want to win but they want winning to be fun. And if they have something to prove, it's first of all to themselves.

Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Joe Sarahan
Conception
Joe Sarahan
Participants
Jean Gélinas
Eribert Charles
Bruno Deschenes
Camera
Claude Ouellet
Editing
Lucie Juillet
Translation
Christine Gribbin
Production
Joe Sarahan
Simon-B. Robert
Vidéographe

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Keywords
Machismo, Power, Sport, Attitude, Combativeness, Essay