J’aime Eva Marsh


Remy Rondeau






Summer 1996. A small town nestled in the shadow of a gigantic factory. Ben, a shy eleven year old boy, lives there alone with his mom when she leaves him to strike. The coming of the troubling Eva in his bunch disturbs him a little bit more, especially when she mentions the legend of a mysterious creature hidden under a nearby lake’s pontoon. As a game, Eva challenges Ben : walk through the "pontoon of the death”, and come back. But Ben fails miserably. At night, the Creature appears to him.




Rémy Rondeau After graduating from ESRA (French High School of Film Directing) where he directed 3 short student films, Rémy Rondeau began working as a lighting engineer on short and feature films such as "Un Poison violent" by Katell Quillévéré (Cannes 2010) and "La Conquête" by Xavier Durringer (Cannes 2011). His various work experiences have artistically and technically broadened his filming knowledge. At the same time, Rondeau wrote the screenplay of the feature film "Dawn of the Old Men," which was selected at the PITCH in the Henry Langlois international Film Festival for its original and off-the-wall universe. He directed his first short film "Puzzle" in 2014 both as writer and director, and The leaves picker in 2016 and finally I love Eva Marsh in 2017. Thanks to his thirteen years in the Conservatory of Music and his mastery of various instruments (such as clarinet, piano, guitar and accordion), he also composed the score of several short films, including his.