REGARDE JONATHAN, JEAN LOUVET SON ŒUVRE
A portrait whose features do not seek a resemblance to the author in the manner of a biography, but in a manner of his work. Since "the train of god", 1962 up until "the man who had the sun in his pocket," 1981 his plays have been a theatrical world where signs of social utopia, history rivaling the absence of immobility and of death have been prevalent. A writer, who could be called the son of Jonathan and Alice Gregory in "Conversation in Wallonia" (written in 1976), in landscapes deserted by men. Lonely words waiting for history in a country where the images of death are all too many.
- Direction : Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne