In a small, austere coastal village where only male children live with their respective mothers, some mysterious medical treatments take place.
The hypnotic and tired tides move the ocean’s flora. Nicolás is scuba diving near the shore, until he believes to have
seen a human shape at the bottom of the sea. A boy, just like him. Dead. That discovery will precipitate the loss of his innocence, as his tiny place in the world will start to reveal some sinister secrets. Just like in his first film Innocence, Hadzihalilovic attacks puberty as an existential turning point, and dives into the depths of body horror, with hints of a folklore fable. Handcrafted and atmospheric, Evolution is one of those sticky films that are hard to leave behind after you watched it: its fry serenity is an invitation to walk over the limit between dreams and nightmares. PC
D: Lucile Hadzihalilovic G: Lucile Hadzihalilovic, Alanté Kavaïté F: Manu Dacosse E: Nassim Gordji-Tehrani DA: Laia Colet P: Sylvie Pialat, Benoît Quainon CP: Les Films du Worso, Noodles Production, Volcano Films, Scope Pictures, Left Field Ventures I: Max Brebant, Roxane Duran, Julie-Marie Parmentier
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She was born in Lyon, France in 1961. She studied film at the Institute of Film Studies in Paris and worked as an editor of feature films and documentaries. She became the first woman to win the annual award Bronze Horse for best film for his film Innocence (2004) at the International Film Festival Stockholm. Previously she directed La bouche de Je...