France / 2018 / French woth Spanish and English subtitles / 102

  • Director 

    Louis-Julien Petit

  • Producer: 

    Liza Benguigui, Philippe Dupuis-Mendel


    Louis-Julien Petit

  • Photography: 

    David Chambille

  • Cast: 

    Fatsah Bouyahmed, Marianne Garcia, Audrey Lamy, Déborah Lukumuena,Noémie Lvovsky, Corinne Masiero, Pablo Pauly, Sarah Suco


  • Mar 9 - 13:00 Centro de Convenciones Julio César Turbay - Auditorio Getsemaní

  • Mar 10 - 18:00 Cine Colombia (Paseo de la Castellana) 4


Comedy is indubitably an effective way of getting us to sit up and take notice of things we might not want to acknowledge. Social comment, in this case on the failure of the system to find a place for women who have been left homeless by the economic crisis, is the motivation of a director who, as he illustrated in Discount, is interested in exposing the ills of our modern Western world. A day center must close its doors, but its social workers remain committed to the incredible women who come here every day and will go beyond the call of duty to find them work, even if it means doctoring their curriculums and omitting some of the more colorful episodes in their lives. Petit takes fiction into the realm of the documentary and achieves memorable moments of spontaneity and credibility by casting professional actress alongside amateurs. Can the soulless logic of the system be overthrown by this army of stalwart women? Moving at times, inflammatory at others, but always entertaining, Invisibles opens our eyes, but makes sure we have a good laugh into the bargain.



Louis-Julien Petit

He worked for more than ten years as an assistant director in some thirty films with directors like Luc Besson. He has written and directed several short films such as Bande Démo or Anna and Otto. His directional debut was Discount (2014)