a film by Anne Lepers de La Chapelle, 18'In Betschdorf, a village mainly dedicated to pottery, Loys Ruhlmann is one of the last potters to fire his creations over a wood fire.
The film gives an account of a night of cooking, but also of his personal history - the importance of his relatives at the beginning, his growing passion for this activity - and evokes the mythology of the elements summoned in the various stages of this craft.
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|camera||Daniel Coche, Roland Muller|
|editing||Anne Lepers de La Chapelle|
|voices||Janine Fourier, Patrice Verdure, Norbert Chassagne|
|grant||Est Video Production|
© Anne de la Chapelle 1982