Tired of Being Handsome

Two cowboys are killing the unbearably slow-moving time they spend waiting for the rest of the band in the middle of nowhere in the best way they can. When one of them unexpectedly shoots from a gun, the reason is to find out whether there is a chance to find the bullet. Denis Lavant and Pablo Nicomedes looking for a bullet in the dessert.

  • France, Tunisia
  • 2013, 30 min
  • Director: Anne-Laure Daffis, Léo Marchand
  • Director of photography: Hugues Poulain
  • Editor: Liza Ignazi
  • Screenplay: Anne-Laure Daffis, Léo Marchand
  • Cast: Denis Lavant, Pablo Nicomedes
  • Producer: Jérôme Barthelemy, Daniel Sauvage

Anne-Laure Daffis, Léo Marchand

Anne-Laure Daffis and Léo Marchand graduated in Visual Arts at the Sorbonne University in Paris. Léo worked as assistant director and sound assistant in the production of short films. Together with Anne-Laure, they exhibited their paintings and published an art book entitled Un bon peu. Always together, they direct two short films, Surtout il pleut, Jambes en l’air and a short documentary, Mon Voisin Christian déménage. They then started exploring animation with On a beau être bête, on a faim quand même (2001) and La Saint Festin (2007), the winner of the Prize for Best Animation film at the Clermont Ferrand Festival in 2008. Recently, they've completed two short films: a western entitled Fatigués d’être beaux and a short animation entitled La vie sans truc. They are now preparing a feature film, L’immeuble.