A young couple from Los Angeles, Camille and G.J., organize a trip to Death Valley to break the monotony that threatens their relationship. Half-way there a call from G.J’s ex-girlfriend Morgan will change their plans. Morgan will spend the following days with the couple and this will make Camille and G.J. reassess their future together.
Those for whom it’s always complicated is an American road movie with touches of comédie française. The dessert landscapes of South California merge with a European filmmaking style to show a generation of young people many will identify with.
Eva Husson (1977), director of this 50-minute film, is an interesting woman that lives between USA, England, Spain, Puerto Rico and France. She studied Film Direction at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles from which she graduated. In 2004 she directed her first short-film, Hope to Die followed by her first feature film the following year, Bang Gang, supported by filmmaker Lars von Trier. The film tells the story of the sexual awakening of a group of adolescents in the city of Biarritz. Husson is currently adapting Bang Gang’s script into a novel that will be published by Faber & Faber.
Those for whom it’s always complicated is part of the Official Selection of the 8th Edition of the International Medium-length Film Festival La Cabina that will take place in November at the Filmoteca de Valencia.
THOSE FOR WHOM IT’S ALWAYS COMPLICATED | Eva Husson · France-USA · 2013 · 50 min