The Kamchatka Peninsula. A land of legends. The ultimate wilderness on earth. Kingdom of the bears. A mother and her two cubs, a young Teenager and a big male are living their bear’s life in the most unbelievable settings, a craze of raw nature. The mother bear has one obsession only: to protect and nourish her cubs who, themselves, think only about exploring the world with the recklessness and naivety of youth. The young adolescent bear has to find his rank within the adult world, wandering in quest for a territory. The big male must constantly defend his supremacy and territory, with all his strength, struggle against the relegation and the aging that lurks behind. They cross paths or part away in the course of their adventures in the heart of nature before meeting again for a grand final, spectacular, when millions and millions of salmons are swimming upriver. Bears’ survival depends on them.
And, soon, they will go on their own way again. And the cubs will have to leave their mother. Unavoidably. So goes life on the Land of the Bears…
Some men have everything, while other men have even more. Léo is one of the latter. A member of the jet set, he can be seen at the trendiest parties cruising beautiful women, living life to the hilt while others barely have time to even dream it. Narrowly escaping death in an accident, Léo suddenly discovers the true value of life. He’s never known the meaning of true love and now he’ll start to understand what really counts. The accident doesn’t mean the end, it marks the beginning of an attempt to conquer again all he possessed without realizing it. “Cavalcade” is a true story adapted from an autobiographical novel by Bruno de Stabenrath.
An instructor for an airline company, Yann Kerbec uses flight simulators to evaluate pilots’ abilities to handle extreme conditions. But Yann has a small problem: he’s afraid of flying, a debilitating panic linked to his birth and which, in his youth, stopped him from following the woman of his dreams to the end of the world. Today Yann is thirty years old. With nostalgia and humor, he reflects upon his trauma and delivers a scathing stocktaking of his love affairs that turned to custard because of his phobia. What, with his crusade to increase airline security and trying to manage his disastrous love life, Yann has reached a crossroads: he must overcome his demons and accept to grow up.
Forty-year-old François has everything he needs to be happy: a family, work, friends… But a tragic event to do with his business puts into question the principles that rule his life. Will François be able to rouse himself and refuse to accept what he now considers intolerable?
Arthur is left in a coma for several hours after a car accident. While coming to, he raves incoherently, giving free reign to things directly rooted in his unconscious. When conscious again, he’s confronted by a curious dilemma: what was he doing that night on the road near Cherbourg?
Isabelle, one of the nurses at the hospital, noted Arthur’s troubling, disturbing and liberating ramblings in a black notebook. To help him answer his questions, she gives Arthur the notebook, as though offering him a treasure, the written testimony of his delirium.
From that moment on an incredible adventure begins for Arthur; he’ll be the victim, the guilty party and the investigator… of his own life.
Invaded by the traumas of our unconscious, should we nevertheless stamp out the memories that clutter up our minds?