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Pool of Attraction

A Short film by Jonathan Pêpe

Production year : 2021

    Synopsis

    Bassin d'attraction appears to be a fake animal documentary. The film questions the sacred relationship to objects and the different status they are given throughout their lives. Precious objects (ex-votos from the ETRU National Etruscan Museum, Villa Giulia in Rome), ornamentation from churches, or Roman sculptures, as well as contemporary detritus, rub shoulders and evolve together in a kind of amniotic liquid. The usually inert forms have been transformed into autonomous creatures: these composite beings interact, gesticulate, attract each other, react. By adopting the point of view of the objects, by insufflating them a dose of desire, by granting them a semblance of soul, the artist reconsiders the border between the living and the non-living.

    Full credits (9)

    Producer :

    Jonathan Pêpe

    Director of Photography :

    Jonathan Pêpe

    Sound editors :

    Melissa Ryke, Jonathan Pêpe

    Grader :

    Jonathan Pêpe

    Sound design :

    Jonathan Pêpe, Melissa Ryke

    Screenwriter :

    Jonathan Pêpe

    Editor :

    Jonathan Pêpe

    Music Composer :

    Jonathan Pêpe

    Sound mixers :

    Melissa Ryke, Jonathan Pêpe

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Experimental, Animated film

    Themes :

    The absurd, Ocean, Beliefs

    Production language :

    No dialogue

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unspecified

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    2021

    Runtime :

    15 min 50 seconds

    Production formats :

    Computer generated images

    Color type :

    Color and Black & White

    Aspect ratio :

    16/9

    Audio format :

    Digital 5.1

    Rating restrictions :

    None