Song Sotto Voce

Pierre Bessette

2018

OVERVIEW : 
A young woman wanders the deserted expanses with a rolling suitcase. A father appears on her skin like a tattoo. A journey between two distresses where poetry is the only salvation.

BIOGRAPHY : 
Pierre Bessette Born in 1976. He came to the movies with a rather unusual route. After studying engineering in Paris, he entered the Sorbonne to study philosophy. He obtained the ‘aggregation’ (highest teaching diploma in France) three years later in this discipline. Until now, he teaches philosophy in the french high school of Santiago -Chile. His personal artistic training began in 1999 under the direction of Vincent Lacoste. A few years later, he continued in the course of the ATC - Creative Theatre Workshop. In 2008, he created and directed, “C’est de l’eau” - This is Water - (Théâtre de l'Etoile du Nord, Paris, June 2009), a play essentially physical in which a couple lives its story by drinking glasses of water. By working with director Jean Seban on an adaptation of this performance, reflecting with him on the status of the image, it takes a liking to the realization.

OVERVIEW :
A young woman wanders the deserted expanses with a rolling suitcase. A father appears on her skin like a tattoo. A journey between two distresses where poetry is the only salvation.

BIOGRAPHY :
Pierre Bessette Born in 1976. He came to the movies with a rather unusual route. After studying engineering in Paris, he entered the Sorbonne to study philosophy. He obtained the ‘aggregation’ (highest teaching diploma in France) three years later in this discipline. Until now, he teaches philosophy in the french high school of Santiago -Chile. His personal artistic training began in 1999 under the direction of Vincent Lacoste. A few years later, he continued in the course of the ATC - Creative Theatre Workshop. In 2008, he created and directed, “C’est de l’eau” - This is Water - (Théâtre de l'Etoile du Nord, Paris, June 2009), a play essentially physical in which a couple lives its story by drinking glasses of water. By working with director Jean Seban on an adaptation of this performance, reflecting with him on the status of the image, it takes a liking to the realization.