On a beautiful afternoon in Paris during the surreal summer of 2020, 24 different characters roam the streets of the city with a sense of giddy abandon after a spring of lockdown and confinement. Creatively and meticulously choreographed by director Elisabeth Vogler, and shot in one continuous take through many neighborhoods, the film is a Slacker for our new decade; a series of local vignettes that help bring to full life a dynamic city and its young people who can find joy even in a state of crisis. Filming began one day after the lockdown ended, allowing the audience to accompany everyday people as they cross paths throughout the day, experiencing their long-awaited freedom and celebrating the City of Love.
- Direction: Elisabeth Vogler
- Script: Elisabeth Vogler, Joris Avodo, Noémie Schmidt, François Mark
- Cinematography: Elisabeth Vogler
- Sound: César Mamoudy, Vincent Cosson
- Music: Jean-Charles Bastion
- Actors: Vladimir Seguin, Alice De Lencquesaing, Noémie Schmidt, Aurore Déon
- Production: 21 juin cinema, Les Idiots
- Producers: Laurent Rochette, Olivier Capelli
- Format: DCP
- Color: Color
- Production Country: France
- Production Year: 2021
- Duration: 90'
- Contact: Films Boutique
Elisabeth Vogler is a self-taught director living and working in Paris. Their first film, A French Laundry, is a documentary that premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam. Their first feature, Paris is Us, is a Netflix Original film.
2015 A French Laundry (doc)
2019 Paris is Us
2021 Roaring 20's