Feature film screenplay
Caillou (27), a staff member of a Geneva nightclub, is found far from his home with no memory of who he is. Diagnosed as a victim of dissociative amnesia, he meets his mother Élise (53), his colleague and friend Egon (29), but especially Calvin himself. The more Caillou goes in search of his identity and memories, the more
his loved ones will be forced to learn to forget…
Through Caillou’s point of view, In Vitro enables us to look at the world as through a broken mirror. Which reflection should we trust?
This work was followed attentively by my tutors, Nadine Lamari, Alice Winocour and Michel Spinoza.