Alliance Française, Goethe Zentrum & Documentary Circle of Hyderabad are jointly presenting Point of View ‘ILS NE MOURAIENT PAS TOUS MAIS TOUS ÉTAIENT FRAPPÉS’ . A French documentary film followed by a discussion.
Moderator: Saraswati Kavula
“They didn’t all die, but all of them were hit” by Sophie Bruneau and Marc-Antoine Roudil
Each week, in three Parisian public hospitals, a psychologist and two doctors are treating men and women who are suffering from work related problems. An assembly line worker, an agency manager, a state enrolled nurse and a shop manageress… In turn, during some unique interviews, these four people tell us about their problems. The three medical specialists listen to them and gradually establish the relationship that exists between the individual distress of their patients and the new forms of work practises. Through the intimacy, the intensity and the truthfulness of these ordinary dramas, filmed in a real life situation, the film questions the way in which suffering in the world of work has become an everyday feature of life. With a cinematographic approach,‘Ils ne mouraient pas tous mais tous étaient frappés’ unveils and gives perspective to an invisible and yet silent reality that usually takes place behind closed doors: the untold work related suffering.
Duration : 80 minutes
French with English subtitles
Date: Saturday, 28th September
Venue: Alliance Française, Road No. 3, Banjara Hills
Free entry – Open to All