SPLIT  a film by Lawrence Côté-Collins

SPLIT a film by Lawrence Côté-Collins

Fiction
80 minutes
Original language : french
Québec, Canada 2016
Production: Virginie Dubois

Anick Tremblay is a social worker. She also dabbles in video, and starts making an educational production for rehab centres and halfway houses about rebuilding marital relationships after prison. In the remote town of Destor, along Highway 101 North, Anick sets up in the home of the featured couple, Jessie and Scott. The project changes drastically when Anick develops an obsessive passion for the woman. In this interior drama set, cameras become subjective, intrusive and vicious. The tempestuous trio implodes slowly as lies, manipulations and seduction games pile up.

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    Anick is a social worker turned filmmaker, working on a documentary about reintegration. She moves into the remote house that Scott, an ex-con in his 50s, shares with his young girlfriend, Jessie.
    Soon, the filmmaker’s objectivity gives way to the subjectivity of desire, and Anick falls for Jess...