a movie about a special watchmaker (me) whom internal clock is broken

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  1. masterwatchmaker

    masterwatchmaker Registered User

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    this movie (in french) received many award around the globe mainly public and jury choice

    https://vimeo.com/64958844

    i was 40 at the time of the movie i am 53 now and i lived 10 years into the forest in the small house you see in the film with out electricity andwater now i am in appartment the winters were very hard times now i am back on the net

    the realisator made a film with me before when in school and he win Norman McLaren given to the best student film award at the international montreal film festival

    we never think to win because the film named Le Temps (time) was only 3min made on 16mm film that film was the premise of the film « internal clock»
     
  2. Tom McIntyre

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    It is a lovely film and you look much younger than 40 in the film. I wish I could understand spoken French, but perhaps I can ask my daughter to view it and translate for me. However, the language is not really necessary to enjoy the film. I suspect that is part of the reason it has been so well received.
     
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