A musician in the electronica field becomes obsessed with recorded sound and a woman's voice he first encounters on a chat line followed by a series of sexual encounters in this middling film from director Jousse. The detachment of the character and the lack of believable musical expression make the film a bit of a slog to get through.l Lucas is his usual blank slate which weakens the film further. Mostly a miss.
The muse is what drives art. And it's never the same as the model. This film brilliantly explores dimly charted creative terrain -an unmapped territory because it keeps changing- as a man chases an elusive woman, for her voice that "wets words." Les Invisibles is a poem about a musician composing a music that throws pebbles on the shore of a lake that is Lisa's voice. Bruno's muse brings his music to the brink.