A hallucinatory fantasy and an exalted homage to sci-fi, actresses and anyone who doesn’t want to die. After The Wild Boys, here is Mandico’s latest cinematic experience. Be there or be square.
According to an English legend, Joan of Arc did not die at the stake. Her eyes were burned out and she was deflowered by an English stallion. She was then condemned to ramble through battlefields, as a scavenger, in search of still-living virgins.Followed by :PREHISTORIC CABARET (2013/10 min./VOA STF) Dir. : Bertrand MandicoEtULTRA...
| 9 minutes | 2015
Arnarstrapi, Iceland. In a Cabaret, a woman master of ceremonies performs an esoteric coloscopy act with a strange organic camera. The images of the camera are screened behind her. The master of ceremonies offers us a journey into the center of her organs, to meet a creature that lives within her, within all of us... the original being.Followed by:Y A-T-IL UNE VIERGE ENCORE VIVANTE ? (2015/9...
| 10 minutes | 2013
There’s no question: in terms of new cinema, Bertrand Mandico sets the bar high. There’s also no question that on the heels of The Wild Boys (screened last year at the FNC), his latest masterful opus of genre-bending cinema will get people salivating. Past, present and future intermingle in a pulpy world where Jules Verne meets Richard Corben. A pop confection about femininity and the search for lost emotions, an orgiastic and fetishistic delight that plays with the medium and an...
| 38 minutes | 2018
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