The Revolution Of Plastic
Marine Gabrielle Brun-Franzetti is an award winning artist filmmaker from South of France and currently working between France and the United-States. She has written, produced and directed several short films and documentaries, music videos and commercials for clients and artists worldwide. Her films had been screened in prestigious film festivals such as The Lee Strasberg Film Institute of New York, London Eco Film Festival, Arctic Open and Miami Independent Film Festival.
The fiction film The Revolution Of Plastic is a direct polemic concerning the overconsumption of plastic in our everyday lives. This is the story of Leo, a ten year-old girl who rebels against her father Mister Risso. Mister Risso is a forty-five year-old man who lives only for his job and hoards a serious amount of plastic. Leo has a passion for dolphins and takes refuge in an imaginative sea world created in her bedroom. Her imagination came to life after the departure of her mother.