Director: Djinn Carrénard
Writer: Djinn Carrénard
Cast: Emilia Dérou-Bernal, Sékouba Doucouré, Salomé Blechmans, Matthieu Longuatte, Laetitia Lopez, Vincente Perez, Laura Kpegli
Part of: Viennale
Spanish teacher Analia (Emilie Dérou-Bernal) has trouble with one of her young male students, Dacio (Vincente Perez) and she goes on to try and solve her problems in a very unconventional way. In the meantime Dacio’s girlfriend Salma (Salomé Blechmans) starts to question her agnosticism, while the young photographer Chris (Laura Kpegli) wants to test the randomness of love by choosing the stranger Dama (Sékouba Doucouré) to live with her – without ever having talked to him before.
Donoma is a no-budget production and as much as I want to give credit to Carrénard to pull off a feature film on 200 bucks, the result doesn’t really speak for the process.