The simple, direct, yet masterful, relation between the object and the character arc adds the necessary strength to one of the best and most gleeful depictions of repressed sexuality-related stories I was able to watch properly. Should be shown to any film student as a master-example of how to de-complicate and synthesise short film ideas and prove their potencial don't dissipate by doing it so.
Wonderful early short from Francois Ozon challenging our take on gender roles, sexuality and the sometimes importance on how a piece of cloth is cut. Great chemistry between the 3 leads and vibrant use of colour that we would certainly see in Ozon's later work. Short but oh so sweet.
Ozon really needs to do a flat out LBGT hard core flick. You know he wants to.
I haven't seen this film before.I really like it and realized that in a sense, this short ,paved the way to "Le temps qui reste". There is a similarity btwn childhood memories of photographer - his lover and these young couple. the most beautiful part of the film is that the boy gained his sensual and public "freedom" by the ageny of the girl, in other words, through the "other".manythingstosay.love the colours.
"Bang Bang, nananana bang bang..." Pardon my French, but, gosh! That song featured in the film was good! But it kinda suck that I have to be reminded of the kinky lapdance scene every time I remember this song. Hahahaha... But hey, that's probably what have made this song unforgettable.