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La villa Santo Sospir (La villa Santo-Sospir) (1975)

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Jean Cocteau Jean Cocteau
Himself
Francine Weisweiller Francine Weisweiller
Herself


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La Villa Santo Sospir

9 months, 2 weeks ago at Dec 11 7:22
A 16mm documentary of sorts made by Jean Cocteau at the titular villa, a vacation spot that would eventually feature prominently in his Testament of Orpheus, that surface textures is all about his “tattooing” of the walls but actually provides a glimpse into his artistry and process. Many of Cocteau’s works contained this aura of autobiography and self-reflection on art and how it is made, b... read more

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9 months ago at Dec 26 14:44
"Soy un profesional que hace un film amateur", voilá, en esa confesión/declaración caben todas las imágenes.
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“"Soy un profesional que hace un film amateur", voilá, en esa confesión/declaración caben todas las imágenes.” read more

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JxSxPx posted a review 9 months, 2 weeks ago

La Villa Santo Sospir

“A 16mm documentary of sorts made by Jean Cocteau at the titular villa, a vacation spot that would eventually feature prominently in his Testament of Orpheus, that surface textures is all about his “tattooing” of the walls but actually provides a glimpse into his artistry and process. Many of Cocteau’s works contained this aura of autobiography and self-reflection on art and how it is made, but La Villa Santo Sospir is nakedly about these subjects.   The blurred line between artifice and reality was a popular conceptual ideal for Cocteau, and that gets the full workout here. Most notably, there is an extended sequence where Cocteau restores several destroyed flowers to their original vibrancy and beauty by running the film of their destruction backwards. The artist is breathing li” read more

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