by Christopher COGAN
1996 / 16mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 6' 00
a film by CHRISTOPHER COGAN "The rhythm of ELECTREAT is set by fast sequence changes of the same action, by slams and stutters of the zoom lens, and by the repercussive sound of the strong visual energy. The theme is adoration of electricity as a fetish - the obsession of a female; frantic, and ripped apart in lust. Electricity becomes her symbol in a cultish realm. Pulling and dragging this obsession to its limits becomes autodestructive for her, and brings us to the ravenous sequence of an exceptional end." - Gilles Royannais, X heures 10, Marseille, France This is a high energy film that is guaranteed to wake up your audience.
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||26,00 €|