A rich 30-year-old living reclusively in a large suburbian house, John Deveau is constantly partying. Sarcastic and cruel, this prince of the Void seems to fascinate all his circle, strarting with David his faithful mate and Laeticia, his mysterious fiancée.
Mimmo is a young broken guy dreaming of fame and succes. He runs from casting to casting by day and is a cabdriver at night. His chance meeting with John will turn both of their lives upside down. If Mimmo believes too hastily that he joined the happy fews, John, for once, didn’t calculate all the consequences of the perverted game he is pushing Mimmo into.
105' - Numérique - Couleur - Dolby SR
Jean-Paul Rouve - John Deveau
Francois Vincentelli - Mimmo
Climax Films - Olivier Rausin
la RTBF (Télévision belge)
Stefan Liberski (b. 1951, Liège) is a Belgian writer, actor and director. He holds a MA in Philosophy from the Université libre de Belgique (ULB).
His first novel, “Beau Fixe”, granted him public recognition in 1985. In 1989 he creats with a couple friends the Snuls group for which he wrote a large number of sketch comedies.
In parallel to his writing, he collaborated to comic books scenarii.
In 2001, he directed a portrait of Amélie Nothomb for Canal+.
His first feature, “Bunker Paradise”, was released in october 2005.
In 2008 he played in “Eldorado” by Bouli Lanners, staring alongside Fabrice Adde.