Frederique Barraja began her career as a photographer in the music industry. Beginning with "The Fifth Element" from the director Luc Besson, she created more than thirty film posters. She also produces photographic exhibitions with more personal work. This is what lead her to direct her first documentary for Canal+ in 2014, "Les Branleuses!". She also works in advertising."Hurry up" is her first short film.Filmography:
A couple is running down the stairs of Montmartre. Sophie’s moving that way because she really wants to pee, her boyfriend is teasing her. They go into a toy shop to buy a present. She grabs a baby doll, he makes fun of her, reminding her that Gus is a boy.
Sophie is now annoyed and they start arguing about the differences between girls and boys: the gender theory. Up to what point will they argue ? We end up in the middle of their debate, full of dishonesty and wit.
- Runtimes: 8'
- Color(s): Colors
- Country(ies) of production: France
- Original Language(s): French
- Subtitle(s) available: English
- Audience: General Audiences
- Format(s) available: ProRes HD
Artistic & Technical Crew
- Screenplay: Frédérique Barraja, Sophie Le Tellier
- Cinematographer: Vincent Le Borgne
- Editor: Laurent Feuillette
- Sound: Antonin Guerre, Benjamin Viau
- Music: Fred Quota
- Producer: Gwenaëlle Clauwaert
- Produced by: Ten2Ten films