300,000 km/s: A Cool Sci-Fi Short Film Noir by Stéphane Réthoré

300,000 km per second300 000 km/s is the pilot for an exciting time travel movie, combining film noir and science fiction. The film is ambitious, highly visual and is inspired by American and French classical cinema of the 50’s. The film-makers are currently raising funds for production of a full-feature film.

300,000 km/s film synopsis: Lucien Lacroix, inventor, has resumed the researches of his late father and created a watch that permits the wearer to travel in time. Deciding to go to Geneva to patent his invention, he’s followed by two mysterious individuals…

300,000 km/s was shot in French so make sure you turn on the captions if you don’t understand the dialogue.

If you are interested in behind-scene-look you can also watch the making of 300,000 km/s here:

 

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