|Well we do like Coming of Age dramas. And here's a new one that's not quite ready|
as it's still in post production. It's a short film by French director Frank Marchal
about the freedom to be oneself.
The theme of the film is about the blossoming friendship between young Marc
played by Jules Houplain and Taro played by Harman Deep Palminder who Marc
looks up to and is seen as a big Brother type of figure. But when they spend a night
out at a squat things don't go to plan and both their lives will change.
The short film was shot in locations around Paris and the coastal region of Nacre
Normandy. And with the film still in post production the producers are still seeking
online financial assistance through Crowdfunding. More information on that can be
seen on the production's Taro page HERE.
Below are a few stills from the film plus a trailer.
Jules Houplain who plays the role of young Marc also featured in last year's gritty
coming out drama 'Hidden Kisses' directed by Didier Bivel and was apparently
made for television.
Above: Jules Houplain and Berenger Anceaux in 'Hidden Kisses.'
Below: Some images from 'TARO.'
More information about TARO on their website page HERE.