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A dream for W.

  This short film is the story of two woman taking over a man’s fantasy.


  The first idea for the way of phrasing the montage was to add to a dream-like series of visuals to the monotonic story telling of painter William Brui. But the grave man's voice appeared to overpower the visuals and actually counter the woman's approach to the story.

The narrative was replaced with a monotonic harmonica sound to re-experience the two women's interpretation and take over of a painter's studio. The encounter and observation of the film, surroundings, process is challenged in a new phrasing.

Film collaboration - P. Amougou and P. Raybaud.

In painter William Brui's studio.

September 2018

 Copyright © Pauline P. Raybaud
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