Tijuana Carne Viva
Jean-Charles Hue, Tijuana Carne Viva, 2009
« Ode to the vitality, disturbing work , kaleidoscopic, which sails between documentary and fiction... »
Tijuana Carne Viva (2009, 97’)
In Tijuana, the Mexican border, men and women are trying to escape loneliness and death lurking. Once again, Jean-Charles Hue explores a marginal territory in search of humanity and its unquenchable thirst for life. Ode to the vitality, disturbing work , kaleidoscopic, which sails between documentary and fiction, this first feature confirms the uniqueness of writing the author of Y’a plus d’os.
Projection in the presence of Jean-Charles Hue, followed by a discussion with Patrice Rollet, film critic.