Fauve

Canada, 2018 (MIFF 2018, MIFF Shorts)

Director: Jeremy Comte

As two boys wander into an open-pit mine, their friendly game of one-upmanship quickly turns into a life-threatening struggle with unfamiliar forces.

Winner of the Special Jury Award at Sundance 2018.


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