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Skin Under / It Smells Like Being  //  Ça sent l’être (Orig.)

DIR: Victor Ede
2007 / France / 55 min

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In 1989 the Berlin Wall comes down and leaves a large Galiny wasteland in the heart of the City. Young people from all over Europe pitch themselves into the \"no man\'s land\" left behind by history and fill it with the chaos of their existence, their desires, thein violence. At this time, artist and graduate anthropologist Ralph Marsault immerses himself into life in the \"Wagenburgen\" through his photographic and sculptural work to explore its essence: anti-fascist, anarchic, punk-rock, semi-nomadic. Today, almost 20 years onwards, Marsault returns to his protagonists, digging deeper, reminiscing, reflecting, what was and still remains at the roots of their chosen way of life. He is accompanied by Parisian director – and renowned visual artist – Victor Ede who draws a fascinating picture of a mysterious world in the midst of our society, exploring its edges, its past and present. Ralph Marsault serves as his medium.

 

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Director Victor Ede
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography
Editing
Music
Sound
Duration 55 min
Year 2007
Country France
Colour
Tags photography, political, social issues, visual arts
Production CINÉPHAGE!
CINÉPHAGE!
Address:  56 bd richard lenoir
City:  75011 Paris
Country:  France
Web:  www.cinephage.org
E-mail:  
Phone:  +330 609013140

Distribution CINÉPHAGE!
CINÉPHAGE!
Address:  56 bd richard lenoir
City:  75011 Paris
Country:  France
Web:  www.cinephage.org
E-mail:  
Phone:  +330 609013140

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