Cat Velez - 3rd Dec 2015

It's nighttime, and a mysterious woman (Victoire Du Bois) walks purposefully into Orly Airport toting an equally mysterious briefcase. Then we catch Nicolas Godin and his mates, playing their jazzy-proggy-indie tune Bach Off, melding the tension created by the cinematic beginning with a their live performance sequence.

And although it turns out to be a bit of an inconclusive narrative, what is clear from this atmospheric production directed by Colin Solal Cardo and commissioned by La Blogothèque,  is that Godin - who scored The Virgin Suicides as half of Air - would also make an excellent film composer...

PRO Credits


DirectorColin Solal Cardo
Production CompanyLa Blogothèque
Director of PhotographyKaname Onoyama
ColouristMuriel Archambaud
LabelBecause Music

Cat Velez - 3rd Dec 2015

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