A brilliant first film by Yassine Qnia.
After having made his hand in the short film, Yassine Qnia, 33-year-old self-taught filmmaker from Aubervilliers, launches into the deep end with From low floor, his first feature. A first attempt already rewarded by a selection in the Directors’ Fortnight.
This drama distributed by Le Pacte and carried by Soufiane Guerrab (Student services office, Lupine) and Souheila Yacoub (Climax, The Savages) will be released in theaters on August 4. We invite you to discover his trailer exclusively.
The synopsis of From low floor : Mehdi, in his thirties, is a small-scale chest piercer. With his accomplices, he tries to get out of it but their burglaries in an industrial zone no longer pay off as before and the few professional alternatives available to him do not appeal to him. In full questioning, he tries to win back Sarah, mother and his one-year-old boy whom he adores.