Sing Me a Song

Direction
Year 
2019
Country
  • France
  • Switzerland
  • Germany
Duration
99min 

This film will be available only from April 26, 5pm CET to April 27, 5pm CET.

In Bhutan, on an isolated mountain, a Buddhist monastery welcomes young pupils who dedicate their lives to study, prayer and meditation. The studious life of the young monks now plays out between ancestral rituals and smartphone screens. In the middle of this new paradigm imposed by technology, the life of the young monk Peyangki shifts when, through the application WeChat, he meets a pop singer who lives in Thimphu, the country’s capital. From now on Peyangki will have only one obsession: getting together enough money to go and meet his loved one, without worrying about all that he could lose on the way. This virtual love story reveals the insurmountable collision between a traditional society and the meteoric arrival of a certain modernity. Through the story of Peyangki, disoriented by this confrontation between two worlds that prove to be incompatible, the film offers a biting reflection on the effects of new technologies on our private lives.

Elena López Riera - Visions du Réel


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Details

  • Original title
    Sing Me a Song
  • Direction
  • DOP
    Thomas Balmès
  • Editing
    Alex Cardon, Ronan Sinquin
  • Duration
    99 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
    2019
  • Country
    • France
    • Switzerland
    • Germany
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Festivals
    • Toronto International Film Festival
    • Doc NYC
    • International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam
    • One World Film Festival
    • Festival international du film documentaire Docville
    • Festival international du film documentaire Millenium
    • Les Arcs Film Festival

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