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A man suffering from acute stress is followed by two hooded men who kidnap him and take him to a psychiatrist. The doctor prescribes a stay at a vacation colony which seems more like a concentration camp. Following the doctor’s orders, he immerses himself in nature, his therapy consisting of identifying with a pine tree. He embarks on a wild escapade where he revels in nature and bathes in a lake but his torturers pursue him, club him and hang him by his feet. This is an essay on the question of being.

1971
Canada
18:00
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Guy St-Onge
Screenplay
Guy St-Onge
Photography
Jacques Vigeont
Guy St-Onge
Cast
Daniel Vandewalle
Daniel Rondeau
Richard Vigeont
Denis Proulx
Yadsèk Yarnoushkivish
Suzanne Tremblay
Roger Tremblay
Sound
Pierre St-Onge
Music
Claude Lavigne
Production
Vidéographe

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Image format
4:3
Sound
Mono
Shooting format
Betacam
Keywords
Death, Symbolism, Life, Stress, Nature, Violence
Themes