Electroshock short film follows Buck, an electrician in a small town that is both small town USA and France at the same time. His life is generally one of disappointment as he finds himself made fun of and very much secondary in the affections of Mady to the butch and strong Sheriff. However, when distracted one day Buck finds himself electrocuted and suddenly granted the ability to stop time when a current runs through him. They say that “avec grande puissance vient grande responsabilité”, but I guess Buck hadn’t heard this one since he decides to specifically use his powers to impress Mady and win her over.
Technically as brilliant as anything else from ESMA with engaging humour throughout and two particular delights.
Directed by Hugo JACKSON, Pascal CHANDELIER, Valentin MICHEL, Bastien MORTELECQUE and Elliot MAREN.
With the voices of Christophe LEMOINE, Ariane AGGIAGE, Michel VIGNE, Laetitia BARBARA, Philipe PEYTHIEU and Véronique AUGEREAU.
Music by Thierry JAOUL, Jose VICENTE and Hugo JACKSON
Mixed by Jose VICENTE and Yoann PONCET, Studio des Aviateurs.
ESMA Ecole Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques 2011