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JJA

DIR: Gaëlle Boucand
2012 / France / 51 min

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JJA are his initials. His large mansion in Switzerland called “Rosebud” is the sole setting of the film. But even though lonesomeness seems to be his fate, this deserted place is filled with an unceasing flood of words, telling many complicated, undecipherable business stories about financial scams perpetrated upon him. He soliloquises, shares his memories, his obsession with numerology, his relationship with money, works of art, interior design, the building of a hen-house, and converses at great length about the state of the world or mere anecdotes. He starts a reflection here, resumes it there, never really finishing it. There is a gap, a kaleidoscopic diffraction between his voice and his body, as if they were disconnected. Clearly, in spite of his loud confession, JJA remains a mystery. But another, distanced portrait emerges: the portrait of a form of power, that of speech and of a man who secures a kind of order with his own words.(FIDMarseille)

About

Director Gaëlle Boucand
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Gaëlle Boucand
Editing Lila Pinell, Gaëlle Boucand
Music
Sound Gaëlle Boucand
Duration 51 min
Year 2012
Country France
Colour Colour
Tags old age, poetic, portrait
Production Red Shoes / SOME SHOES production
Red Shoes / SOME SHOES production
City:  Paris
Country:  France
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Distribution Red Shoes / SOME SHOES production
Red Shoes / SOME SHOES production
Country:  France
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