Wednesday 27.3 at 6pm at Arkadia: ‘Viens, on va voir la mer’ (Let’s go to the sea) by Ombline Ley

You are very welcome to visit us at: / Arkadia International Bookshop and “like” us if indeed you do!

Dear friend of Arkadia,

You are invited to the screening of “Viens, on va voir la mer (Let’s go to the sea) by Ombline Ley on Wednesday 27.3 at 6pm at Arkadia (Nervanderinkatu 11)

Ombline Ley
has kindly accepted to introduce her film and would be delighted to discuss it.

Viens, on va voir la mer (Let’s go to the sea), 2012, Ombline Ley, Fiction Documentary , Video HD, 29 minutes. Language: French with English subtitles.

Un homme et une caravane minuscule, perchés sur le périphérique. Le temps s’allonge et les maladresses deviennent gestes, et le geste devient danse. Puis vient l’enfant, et avec lui le temps s’arrête. Une histoire de père et de fils, ou l’art de sublimer la réalité pour vivre ses rêves.

A man living in tiny caravan above the motorway. Time stretches out, his clumsiness turns into action and the action turns into dance. His child arrives and time stops. A story about a father and a son, about embellishing reality to fulfil your dreams.


Warm regards,


Entrance is free but a donation of €3 (or more!) to fund the event is suggested and would be most welcome

Ombline Ley
Born June 7th 1988
Lives in Paris
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Exchange student at Taik, Helsinki, in the Photography section
2nd and 3rd year at the Arts Décoratifs of Paris specialized in Photo/Vidéo
Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Cinema at the University of Paris 3
2-year technical degree in Editing and postproduction at the Lycée Jacques Prévert in Boulogne