Plain and Simple is a window that gives on the lives of 4 different characters that share an acuite sense of loneliness while sharing a secret desire of belongingness.
Director: Raphael Ouelle
Script: Sarah Pellerin
Cast: Alderic Kenné, Marguerite d'Amour, Julie Roussel, Mario Cadieux
DOP: Jessica Lee Gagné
Sound design: Tobias Haynes and Jean-Sébastien Beaudoin Gagnon
Editor: Olivier Binette
Art direction: Marjolayne Desrosiers
Costumes: Mélanie Garcia
Production: Annick Blanc
Original subtitles: English
4:3, stereo, 4.1
DCP, Pro Res, H264
If Raphael were a fruit, it would be a pineapple. Spiky on the outside, but soft and sweet on the inside (though a bit fibrous). He comes from Rimouski and works in Montreal. Raphaël makes films and composes photos that talk about his anxieties, people, their values and tries to understand what motivates each person to stay on earth. This means that he works a lot and that he will probably never stop. Raphael only speaks of himself in the third person when he writes his biography. He has won over 50 awards around the world, including prestigious institutions like PDN, Communication Arts, and American Photography. Raphaël is very uncomfortable with the previous sentence, but he considers that it is useless to win prizes except to include them in his bio... Raphaël loves people deeply.