a close up of joan of arc's face, a single tear streaming down her left cheek.
black text on white reads: your proximity is a nameless thing that speaks.
close up of two hands peeling a piece of fruit, possibly an orange. a plate below catches the falling peels.
a glass bottle in the process of shattering is superimposed over the face of a young boy.

2018 | 1'35" 

me to agnes varda: "...I wrote my thesis on Cleo - I've seen that film over 20 times."

agnes varda: "that's more times than I've seen it."

A rotoscope film about obsession and cinephilia, and an exercise in letting go. Featuring films that were important to me during my film school education. 

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