1986 / color / sound / 1S / 17' 00
Music by Louis Moreau Gottschalk and Henri Vieuxtemps.
Text by Louis Moreau Gottschalk (revised by Jakobois).
(With the exceptional participation of Gaël Badaud.)
"Sounds of images" come to me from the windows overlooking rue Saint-Maur (the former pilgrims' path to Saint-Denis) and suddenly make me want to take a closer look.
"Images", at the same time, spring from T.S.F.'s post, Louis Moreau Gottschalk starts playing on the keyboard of the pedestrian crossing at the bottom, there, just below my windows; Henri Vieuxtemps makes the umbrellas dance to an old American tune and Gaël, on a visit, takes up this tune on his magic flute.
"Some naturalists claim that insects adapt to the vegetation around them and modify their physiology accordingly," says Louis Moreau Gottschalk; I claim that some filmmakers adapt to the spectacle around them and modify their perception of the world accordingly. Certainly I am one of them, and I console myself by thinking that I am not the only one of my kind.
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||55,00 €|