Eat Your Bones focuses on ‘big’ Fred, returned home after serving 15 years in prison for stealing trucks. Jason, his younger half-brother is fascinated by him. On the eve of his baptism, Jason sets out with Fred and two other brothers on a crazy night to steal a truck loaded with copper. Since 2003, Jean-Charles Hue has filmed the Yeniche community. The Lord’s Ride (2010) and Eat Your Bones chronicle the adventures of the Dorkel family, bringing together the same non-professional cast. Both films border fiction and documentary while vividly capturing the unique language and character of the Yeniche. (MPR)
Prix Jean Vigo 2014
Official Selection, Director’s Fortnight, Cannes Film Festival 2014
Director’s Note: Hue breaks new ground with this frenzied poetic exploration of the little-documented world of the Yeniche travelling community in northern France.
Thomas must play host to Olee and Adam in Paris, two of his dad’s Inuit friends from Greenland, who call themselves Inupiluk (gangsters). (MPR)
Director: Sébastien Betbeder
34 minutes // France // 2014
Showing as part of the Carte Noire IFI French Film Festival 2014 (November 19th – 30th).