7 am, sheets, a faint light coming from a window illuminating what seems to be an apartment: a couple wakes up and shares with us, very gently, a fragment of their intimacy.
The magic of a moment is preserved by the prevalence, within the short film, of senses other than sight. This experimental short film marks by its veiled softness and by the sensory richness that it admits to the everyday.
OTHER FILMS FROM THE THEMATIC BLOCK
"RYTHMS AND SENSORIALITIES II : BREATHS AND WHISPERS":
• Titixe by Tania Hernández Velasco
Discussion between Amélie Ward and Gaëlle Lechevallier around this thematic block
Heather Anderson is an Australian anthropologist and filmmaker. She is currently based in Montréal. Heather Anderson is currently doing her doctorate in anthropology at McGill University in Montreal. She is formerly a lawyer, and increasingly a filmmaker.