Light Blind

The barman

Light Blind (L’Éblouissement) is a short-film that was directed by Olivier Gilbert. It was very interesting to be part of this project. Olivier was efficient on set and managed his crew well enough to keep things going at a steady pace. As the barman, I got to discuss with Hélene Bourgeois-Leclerc and Vincent Bilodeau in between takes and I even got to find out that Vincent’s birthday was the same as mine.

Getting to see Vincent and Helene rehearsing, preparing and acting from up close was a great experience and even though I shared only a short moment with them on screen, I was very happy to be part of the project.

Short | October 16, 2008 (Canada)
Director: Olivier GilbertWriter: Olivier GilbertStars: Lisa Arguin, Vincent Bilodeau, Martin BlaisSummary: -Claude, police sergeant detective, is called to a small village to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a man in his forties. One evening, after a few days in the village, a clue leads her to meet Nina, a young singer whose charm will upset the course of her investigation.

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Cast

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Cliente de casse-croûte
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Claude
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Barman
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Femme de Claude
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Manon Larue
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Serveuse de casse-croûte
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Enfants de Claude
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Garagiste
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Client du bar
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Doorman

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Countries: CanadaLanguages: French
L'éblouissement, cout-métrage par Olivier Gilbert

Claude, police sergeant detective, is called to a small village to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a man in his forties. One evening, after a few days in the village, a clue leads him to meet Nina, a young singer whose charm will upset the course of his investigation.

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I began acting at the age of 25. I consider myself a multidisciplinary artist and love to express art in an array of manners. I am passionate about acting and love to delve into a character.

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