Raphaël J. Dostie and Terence Chotard are a Franco-Québecois filmmaker duo who live and work in Montreal. In their quest for cinema that is both organic and poetic, their approach combines elements of documentary and fiction genres. They are looking for films that are both organic and poetic.
A man and his dog patrol the long, labyrinthine, concrete tunnels of an underground parking lot.
Called back, the man has no choice but to abandon his dog, his sole companion in life. [molk] is a tale of anticipation set somewhere in the far, or perhaps near, future. A future where people no longer cohabitate, a world without compassion, where the very notion of community no longer has its place. Reduced to the absurd position of parking attendant in a deserted lot, the man lives in the under ground passages as a prisoner. Observing him in his cage, the viewer sees a man muzzled by an alienating society that subjugates its citizens through work.