Léos Carax’s 42 second short piece for the collective film OneDreamRush, a tale of voyeurism about man and his neighbor: a sensual and mysterious blind woman.
An unpredictable French filmmaker whose poetic style earned him a critically sound reputation on the heels of his debut feature, Boy Meets Girl (1984), Leos Carax has since gone on to explore the tortured ramifications of love in the modern world with such features as Lovers on the Bridge (1991) and the controversial Pola X. A native of Suresnes who was born to an American mother and a French father, Alexandre Oscar Dupont (his professional name an anagram of his first and middle names) directed a series of short films and dabbled in cinema criticism before putting his celluloid where his mouth is with his debut feature, Boy Meets Girl. A dramatic exploration of modern love, the film provided undeniable proof of Carax’s already assured, mature visual style and proved the first teaming of the director and his cinematic alter ego, Denis Lavant. In addition, Boy Meets Girl also found Carax forming a long working relationship with renowned cinematographer Jean-Yves Escoffier, a partnership… read more
I think this short is probably probing the core precept of George Berkeley's 16th century theories concerning "Perception"--the Other and the Viewer (or Lacan's Voyeur) at odds in creation of a unified dynamic or a singular contingency. It really has nothing to do with a Supermodel's tits.