Thomas, a Swiss-German musician, is stuck at home because of a broken foot. He wanders around his tiny Parisian flat, his leg in a plaster, busy composing a new piece. At sunrise, an unexpected female visitor is showing up for him at the door.
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Cannes #2019 No.7: "Journey through a Body" but it depicts the difficulty and messy conflict of an artist undesirebly secluded in a quiet place, not about body at all. Although I expect the physicality of how a musician moves their own body from it, this doesn't care about it. Its protagonist, Thomas Kuratli, does a greater composing job, like "Blue My Mind", several times than this irresistibly platitudinous short.
Really liked it even though the title is kinda off. It starts as an exploration of the artist's wounded body to twist into a social satire, how - I suppose - the state values the body of the artist and the body of his artistic work.