My father is 64 years old.
He’s been riding his bike over 120,000 km.
And he keeps going.
This film is dedicated to him.
Thus begins the brief voice-over (in French with subtitles) to Guillaume Blanchet’s recent short film, The Man Who Lived on His Bike. The product of more than a year spent biking through Montreal, Blanchet’s film is a creative imagining of what it might be like to literally live one’s whole life on a bike: sleeping, showering, ironing clothes, frying an egg, washing dishes.