The Little Room, written and directed by Stephanie Chuat and Veronique Reymond, has been selected in the International Competition of Locarno Film Festival 2010. The film has been screened on Monday, August 9th in LA FEVI.

Locarno’s audience has a crush on « The little room ». People laugh, peole smile and cry. In Fevi’s Palace, the 3000 spectators are standing, deeply touched. « The little room » gives a lot of emotion in the festival’s competition. In this first feature film full of skill, nothing is never sinister, but everything is told. And well told.       JOURNAL 24HEURES, Claude Ansermoz, August 10,2010

Story of an ovation : « The little room » causes an exceptional craze in Locarno. The Fevi’s Palace and it’s 3200 seats has discovered  the film competing for the Golden Leopard : the theatre exploded in an almost 10 minutes’ standing ovation. « The little room » is born on Monday August 9, 2010, with a standing audience.           JOURNAL LE TEMPS, Thierry Jobin, August 11, 2010

Absorbing drama of a bereaeved mother and an old man she nurses through a turbulent time. As the odd couple of nurse and patient discover more about each other, they develop a peculiar but pleasing kinship. The circle of life is given warm and redemptive treatment in « La petite chambre », written an directed by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond. They supply information about the characters subtly so they become fully formed gradually. Interest should be strong in international markets and festivals. THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, by Ray Bennett, August 9, 2010


La petite chambre à Locarno