We Have Always Lived In The End Time
By Guillaume Cailleau
A mouse is put to sleep, operated on, scanned in MRI, vivisected. It dies. It is a standard procedure in a lab, a meticulous routine. Single gestures are repeated over an over again. A small film crew documents the work of the lab crew. Both crews follow their own protocol, preoccupied by their tools, their repeated actions. A film is constructed which documents scientific experiments, but also experiments with its own complicity in the procedures: it dissects itself and makes it‘s own structure apparent. Between the lines, the distance to the object is lifted. The object becomes the subject, the viewer an accomplice. The images are seductive, the discomfort overwhelming.
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Silver Bear, Prize of the Jury, 64. International Film Festival Berlin
Jury Award, Flexfest 2015
64. International Film Festival Berlin (Shorts Competition), World Premiere
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