Music: Madrigal Book VI, Belta, Poi Che T'assenti. Carlo Gesualdo
Interpreters: Ensemble Métamorphose, Maurice Bourbon
Pocket Film / Paris 2005
A narrative construction is proposed in the form of a photo-romance filmed at the editing table. Working from filmed photographs means that one can work time in different ways: the action stopped by the photo finds movement (different to that originally) in the film form. Sound attributes a time to each image.
Going home, Martin, walks in the streets of Mexico City; turning, he crosses an empty street and strange sounds make him approach the wall, he finds a door, opens it and enters a tunnel, which suddenly emerges in Paris.
There he meets a girl who gives him an appointement a few hours later. He thinks he has time to go back home in Mexico to pick up a few things, does he find again the way? ...