Representing French-Canadian screenwriter and filmmaker François Delisle's sixth feature film, "Chorus" is an emotional family drama about two separated parents who are forced to come together to identify the remains of their missing young son. Shot entirely in black-and-white, "Chorus" unravels as a story of both loss and recovery, often at the same time, and works in some mesmerizing visuals to make for a gorgeous and hopeful tragedy. Currently playing in the Sundance Film Festival's World Cinema Dramatic Competition section, Delisle's film is bound to be one of the more striking dramas screened in Park City.
What's your film about, in 140 characters or less?
A man, a woman, a missing child, death, mourning, reconciliation, love, music and life.
Now, what's it REALLY about?
A couple, separated for 10 years, are forced to come together to identify the remains of their young son declared missing. As they struggle to heal...