A pathetic photographer met his model who became his obsession.

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A Charles Borrett film, produce by Mazeto Square

Video Format: H264 | Resolution: 960x540 | Images: 29.97 | Sound: Stereo
2010 | Fiction | 9’28’’ | 1.77 | N/B | Stereo | Genre: Art & Experimental | Visa n°126.160

Synopse: A pathetic photographer met his model who became his obsession.
Tell me the story, obviously sublime.

Artist statement: There is no ultimate truth, accuracy or intrinsic facts are exposed, but highly probable hypotheses, and the film based on the random versions.
On those unmarked trails where right and wrong - always sublime - meet.

The minutes of police, written to be loved, the story of these reports, the voice ...

All these narratives are thus imagined. So many possibilities for me to translate the facts in various areas, in order to draw a kind of relatively homogeneous mixture of truths.

Yet the truth bored, looking for it puts me to sleep, only interpretations are interesting, only ways to tell are exciting ... The rest is a matter of perspective - always sublime.


Cast: Lou Roman, Charles Borrett.

Scenario, Images, Directing & Editing : Charles Borrett

Sound recordist: François Meynot

Original Musics from Charles Borrett

Production : Mazeto Square