“La Liberté” by Guillaume Massart

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Documentary film. Released on February 20. In the eastern Corsican plain, Casabianda is a very unique detention centre, within a vast agricultural estate. This prison, which is said to be “open”, has nothing to do with the usual prisons: instead of bars, walls or watchtowers, trees, sky and sea. Over the seasons, for a year, Guillaume Massart went there to understand what this incarceration in the open air changes. Under the foliage or on the beach, the prisoners’ words, usually ignored, are gradually released.

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