After a 12-year separation from her father, Josee Schryer returned to Grenville-sur-la-Rouge with a daughter that he had never met and a deep longing for the landscape of her childhood. Through the uncomfortable weight of their past mistakes and decisions, the artist and her father reconnect.
They share a similar respect for the place, they find words to fill the awkward silence. They share meals while he talks about the animals he’s seen lurking around the family land, the gossip of the village and the stories she has missed being away. And, slowly, the distance between the two dissipates. Meanwhile, life in the forest has its own ways of reminding us of the natural order of things: life, death and the skins we leave behind.
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