WHAT A DAY!
A man leaves his home and he decides to visit his friends. A trivial, every-day moment develops into an alienating reflection on the commonplaces of cinematographic narration and role-play. Jean Marie Buchet wrote the scenario during the reading of numerous production proposals and the graduation projects of his course in screenplay writing. Aggravated by the numerous and irrefutable mistakes and imperfections, he decided to turn necessity into a virtue and start to apply these killjoys in a systematic way – especially the peculiarity of making characters say exactly what happened to them, or rather what they went through or are about to do. The project was realized in two separate versions, based on the same scenario, dialogues and actors, but with different editing modalities and use of language.