TITLE (English): THREE KIDS
    DIRECTOR: Jonas d'Adesky
    COUNTRY: Bélgica/ Belgium
    YEAR: 2012
    LENGTH: 81 min
    COLOR/BW: Digital, Color
    LANGUAGE: Haitian Creole
    Director: Jonas d'Adesky
    Producer: Anthony Rey
    Executive Producer: Anthony Rey
    Screenwriter: Jonas D'Adesky
    Cinematography: Benjamin Morel
    Editor: Gabriel Piron
    Composer: Rafaël Leloup
    Sound Design: Jeff Levillain, Julien Mizac
    Cast: Jules Vitaleme, Sima Mickenson, Pierre Jean Marie
    Vitaleme, Pierre and Mikenson are all twelve-years-old and live in a home in Port-au-Prince. They are friends and do everything together.  Vitaleme is haunted by his memories as a child servant and obsessed by the idea of freedom.  He tries to convince his two friends to leave the home and live as they will.

    When the city is hit by a huge earthquake, all three boys find themselves on the street.  They try to find somewhere to live and end up getting involved in petty crime.  They play football to fill their free time.  Little by little they build new lives for themselves.  Now that he is free, Vitaleme is no longer haunted by his past, until he finds himself separated from his two friends by an accident.

    Director's Biography
    Jonas D’Adesky studied sociology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and directing at the Institut des Arts de Diffusion.  Twa Timoun is his first documentary feature.