25 October 2014
A dawn journey through the Père Lachaise cemetery transforms the visible record of the place into digital traces of daybreak, thus making tangible the memory of this place and projecting it into the qualities of the various image components, with an emphasis on color information, whose tones change from dark to bright and glowing. The film came about from the director's work on Léos Carax's Holy Motors. It is accompanied by the music of Jean-Benoît Dunckel.
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