Dark Lens


A woman takes a photo of herself and disappears. An impression movie, the projection of an inner world, haunted by fear. A pop world, framed and colored in echo to Antonioni’s blow up, and Powell’s films. A quest for meaning in the image, its projection and the disappearance of the soul in the frame, to the point of getting lost and being only a shadow of ourselves. Intentions: Two films made an impression on me when I was younger: Powell’s Peeping Tom and Antonioni’s Blow up. Both films are English, and the image processing is very organic. The actors are completely invested and inspired, confusing, on the edge. Crazy, obsessive. Dark Lens is mixing acting and image. The beauty of fear embodied in a look and captured in a frame. A Pop/rock film, English style.

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