Family drama, drirected by : Lydia Darly, writing credits (in alphabetical order) : Lydia Darly, cast : Adeline Michele, Karine Plantedit - Bageot, produced by : Jordan Bane, Lydia Darly (executive) Anne Mc Namara, Angela Rauscher, film editing by : Macy Jines, production design by : Billy Gérard Franck, costume design by : Jesse Raye Court, makeup department : Whitney Green, Ryan Stone, Shaun Thomas Gibron, production management : Angela Rausche, second unit : Zacchary Kerschberg, art department : Stella Tapon, sound department : Marcella Anez, Nicolas Do, visual effects by : Marcella Anez, camera and electrical department : Keagan Fuller, Marcian Kapron, Keita Kawahara, Sarah Landolt, John M Roche, costume and wardrobe department : Jesse Raye Court, editorial department : Alexander Praker, other crew : Paul Bland, Samantha Famblee, Alessia Gatti, Jacinta Romero, Caroline Smith.
This movie is the first directed by the french director Lydia Darly. Born on the Guadeloupe island but raised in Paris she begins her career as top model. During her free time she tries to be auditioned in several castings but the french motion picture industry doesn't propose efficient part to black actresses. The just perform as maid or prostitute. Lydia decides to go to New - York for following studies at the Actor's Studio and becoming director. Her movie speaks about the lonelyness of a middle age woman.
Two women are in a hairdressing salon. The first is young and she needs to have her hair cuted before going to California with her husband. The other is much older and very nostalgic when she remembers some memories. She cuts the hairs with nervosity and becomes to be sensitive when she understands that she could stay alone alone. After the leaving of the young woman she takes a pair of scissors and begins to cut her own hairs for being much more young.