At a remote mountain lake a bound man with cement shoes is being dragged to the
water. His request for a coup de grâce escalates into an absurd clash.
Pascal Glatz is a writer/director and part-time musician, born 1986 in Switzerland.
After attending ETH Zurich and graduating with a B.Sc. in Architecture, he worked as a
3D-Artist and founded his own music studio. Seeing film as the combination of story
telling, architecture and sound, he decided to pursue his passion for filmmaking and
started working as an assistant director and production assistant on numerous projects,
such as „Night Train to Lisbon“ by Bille August and „Youth“ by Paolo Sorrentino. His
debut short film „Coup de Grâce“ was shown at various film festivals. Pascal currently
works and lives in Zurich an Berlin.
Country of Origin:Switzerland
Country of Filming:Switzerland
Film Language:German, Swiss German
Genres:Comedy, Black Comedy
Runtime:8 minutes 14 seconds