Conversation with the rain
A man and a woman lose their daughter. The next day, the woman is offered a job in Singapore as a reseacher in nanotechnology. They decide to chose life. They leave everything behind and move to Asia. During their walks through the monsoon rains, the man thinks he sees his daughter and is able to talk to her. He sees her words in the raindrops. It gives him strength. He takes his wife from the laboratory into the monsoon.
After acclaimed political plays such as 'Hitler is dead', 'the Greed', 'Fear and Hope' trilogy and the recent production 'Groupe Diane', Stijn Devillé is telling a very personal story for the first time. Based on the emotions and thoughts he had after the near-death experience of his own child.
text and direction Stijn Devillé with Tom Van Bauwel and Sara Vertongen voice child Lena Devillé music Geert Waegeman and Gerrit Valckenaers video Walter Verdin with support of the Belgian Tax Shelter coproduction C-mine