Directed by Bertrand Mandico
After wrapping her newest film, transgressive director Joy D’Amato weaves a tapestry of her future film ideas to her newest muse, Apocalypse, in the hopes of keeping her affections.
A transgressive director weaves a tapestry of her future film ideas to her newest muse, Apocalypse.
Cast: Pauline Jacquard
It is a quick neon style art vision and i enjoyed it.
visually striking. but, that is it. boring in all other ways.
Most excellent and beautiful film. I feel the tentacles of Baudelaire, Rimbaud, ... and fate wrapping sensually around me... "Who were you speaking to?" "My lost years"
H O L Y S H I T. What a beautiful film within a film about filmmaking. Very psychosexual super surreal art direction, set design, and editing. I would definitely recommend this, as it doesn't wear out it's welcome being under 60 minutes. The writing is very flower-y at times, like others have said, very French, but it works with plot.
If you want to waste 40 minutes watching an 80's avant-garde wannabe film, be my guest.