During her night shift at the remote gas station, a female clerk agrees to help a man whose car broke down. While they both attempt to repair the vehicle, the driver’s intentions leave the young woman uncertain. In the middle of the deserted parking lot, an air of apprehension fills the night as the events of the evening unfold.
Originally from Quebec City, Simon Gionet is a Montreal-based director, screenwriter and co-founder of Littoral Films. After completing his degree in Film Production at Concordia University, where he studied the viewer’s role in fiction filmmaking, he currently dedicates himself to writing and directing stories that are driven by strong narrative frames where characters reveal their contradictions in the circumstances of their environment.