• French Touch: Between Men
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  • Spark: The Origins of Pride (The)
  • Try to Understand What I try to say
  • Endless Trench (The)
  • Beyond the Horizon
  • Again Once Again
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  • Song Without a Name
  • Homosaywhat
  • Madonna and the Breakfast Club
  • Trigger (The)
  • Relish
  • My War Hero Uncle
  • Conductor (The)
  • Ema
  • Lingua Franca
  • Trouble
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  • Moffie
  • Golden Boy
  • Prince (The)
  • Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo
  • Monsoon
  • Bombay Rose
  • Beware of Children
  • Two of Us
  • Cunningham
  • All Male, All Nude: Johnsons
  • Making Sweet Tea
  • Walking with Shadows
  • Huckleberry
  • Water in a Broken Glass
  • Between the Seasons

Travelling Alone

Country: France, Language: French, 59 mins

  • Director: François Zabaleta
  • Writer: François Zabaleta

CGiii Comment

Travelling Alone is a movie about men. More precisely, it's about what's absolutely left to be said, on the social and artistic levels, about male sexuality. Travelling Alone is a cinematographic meditation on men and their libidos. This film tells the story of a man who brutally finds himself confronted with the vicissitudes of his own desire. Little boys are not taught that their virility, their capacity for turgescence, may one day go bankrupt. What happens then? What happens when a man, still young, discovers that his best years are behind him? That his life, from then on, will be an endless work of mourning his access to sexual pleasure? Such is the topic of Travelling Alone: a man who searches his past to find the first signs of what was going to be his fate as an adult.


TRAVELLING ALONE un film écrit, réalisé et interprété par François Zabaleta / FESTIVAL CÔTÉ COURT 2018 from Zabaleta François on Vimeo.

Cast & Characters

François Zabaleta

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