Alexis Julémont’s latest creation, Nostalgica, portrays a family living in isolation in a tropical forest. The parents and their three children, who were born into this wild environment, spend their time filming themselves in a small purpose-built studio in a clearing next to their house. Their life seems to flow peacefully, free of any material constraints, their sole obsession the making of these ‘family films’.
By recording on film their daily life away from the world, the characters tell their stories, document their actions and thoughts, and look for ways out. But beneath the veneer of these fleeting moments, a drama looms. Can this life as outsiders last forever?
Création Studio Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles
fr, surtitling en
Texts and direction
Scenography and Costumes design
Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles
La Coop asbl, Shelter Prod
With the support of
Taxshelter.be, ING et du Taxshelter du gouvernement fédéral belge, La Fédération Wallonie- Bruxelles, Service Général de la Création Artistique – Direction du Théâtre, Le Centre des Arts Scéniques, Les Ateliers Momen