The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears
France, 2013, 102min
: Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani
Klaus Tange, Ursula Bedena, Joe Koener, Birgit Yew, Hans de Munter, Anna D'Annunzio, Jean-Michel Vovk, Manon Beuchot, Romain Roll,
If David Lynch and Dario Argento had a baby, the best ... on a moonless night in a secret hallway of the ancient house with a dark past, probably in the adulthood could make a film like the Strange color of your body. The authors, of the brussels filmmakers Hélène Cattetovou and Bruno Forzaniho, indeed, can in a sense be regarded as the Lynch and Argentovy offspring. Strange color created as the film labyrinth, in which you can lose as easily and intoxicated as in lynch's images. The very form of their cinematic maze is inspired by the rather Argentem and the genre of the Italian blood krimifilmů giallo. The plot about a man who searches for his missing wife, is soon blown into a confusing sequence of cinematically intense scenes, which often refer to iconic elements of the giallo films such as mysterious killers dress in black leather or the aesthetics of cool weapons crossing over the bare skin. Most of the picture was filmed in an art nouveau villa, of which the directing duo made a space in mystique and potency not compete with the houses of the Three mothers of the Argentových classics Suspiria and Inferno. From Italian horror films and genre films, moreover, comes and music, which is in the film used. Perhaps even more than the acclaimed full-length debut Cattetové and Forzaniho Amer apply for the Strange color of the claim that this was a film show obsessions and fetishes and unpredictable and ferocious audio-visual experience, which is definitely worth watching on the big screen.
: Horror Mystery Thriller