Film for the show "The absurd wants us back or the melancholic as double"
Learning how to make decisions and accept its consequences are the most important aspect of rites of passage out of childhood. In "Late bloomer" other aspect stresses that reading: death as all's future.
Relying on a strong complicity established between elders and youngest, "Late Bloomer" surveys childhood, but imprinting its text on responsibility and determination.
The chronology of childhood serves here as an easy understandable metaphor for naivety, lack of engagement and consequences.