a fun little intro for a film festival in France
directed by Dominik Galizia and Nassim Maoui
cinematography by Greg Blakey
featuring me Rebecca Tun as a well groomed but morally questionable lady, a femme fatale
filmed in Berlin, March 2016
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I would simply like to make the following casual comparison observation regarding two different photo composites by different photographers at different times.
I suppose I’m happy to be typecast as the disembodied melancholy blue bottom.
this mythical beast which is but a shadowy part of myself
I probably get the time. Time to make a dash for it.
…hearing music with headphones on for a bit of my year.
My lover is like the sun…round, yellow and inanimate.
I took a time machine to the 70s to get high in a little brown London flat.
(I didn’t really have a time machine or get high (honestly) and I wasn’t in a London flat. You can credit the uncanny authenticity of these photos to Big Shot Studio’s nostalgic set design, my wishful-thinking-fuelled acting skills and Stanmore’s impossible polaroid camera.)
East Berlin Weinachtsmarkt – or The Claws of the Billowing Abyss
So, we went to the Christmas Market on the rooftop of Neukölln Arkaden. It was soggy, icy and lame. It was in fact so underwhelming that I was overwhelmed with inspiration and made this quick atmospheric video about it. I’d like to present this as a tiny tiny tribute to David Foster Wallace for his descriptions of the ‘nausea’ of depression in Infinite Jest.