Scene from the film Human Geography
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Human Geography

  • France
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Director Claire Simon is interested in the banal details of the everyday; her camera points to the liminal spaces once occupied as shuffling masses. In the time of Coronavirus, an exploration of the daily occupants of the Gare du Nord seems like a subversive act. But the depth and range of conversation elicited from the people in the station by Simon and her partner Simon Mérabet, who acts as a kind of interlocutor, would be a remarkable achievement in any age.


  • Original Title
    Géographie humaine
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Claire Simon
  • Cinematography
    Claire Simon
  • Editing
    Catherine Rascon, Luc Forveille
  • Music
    Miles Davis
  • Sound
    Olivier Hespel, Thomas Gastinel, Sylvain Copans, Dominique Vieillard
  • Runtime
    101 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
  • Country
    • France
  • Format
    • Colour
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