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Let the Corpses Tan Let the Corpses Tan

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Frontline | Frontline | Helene CATTET, Bruno FORZANI | Belgium, France | 2017 | 92min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Helene CATTET, Bruno FORZANI Screenplay Helene CATTET, Bruno FORZANI Producer Eve COMMENGE, Francois COGNARD Cinematography Manu DACOSSE Art Director N/A Editor Bernard BEETS Sound Yves BEMELMANS, Olivier THYS Music Barthelemy BEAUX Cast Elina LOWENSOHN, Stephane FERRARA, Herve SOGEN, Bernie BONVOISIN

Program Schedule

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133 2018. 05. 04 17:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 1
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332 2018. 05. 06 14:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4
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848 2018. 05. 11 20:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 8
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  • Review

    The painter Luce spends the summer in a secluded countryside in southern France every year, and invites alcoholic writer Max Bernier, his lover and three friends this summer. The three friends attack an armed truck and steal gold from it. Subsequently, they ask Max to hide them until the end of summer. And a calm vacation place becomes a battlefield. [#i_]Let the Corpses Tan[_i#] transforms a typical crime story into an avant-garde experimental film through beautiful and extraordinary mise-en-scene and editing. Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani always pursue an active film style, with shots, editing and visual design including artistic significance. Wild montage works in the scene of gunfights and violence, and most scenes reject banality. In the mixed genre film that crashed Noir, Giallo Horror, and Macaroni Western, the style is the content. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Helene CATTET, Bruno FORZANI

Both are born in 1976, France. After several short films, they directed Amer(2009), The Strange Colour of Your Body´s Tears(2012). They were also among the 26 directors from around the world contributing to the anthology feature ABC’s of Death(2012) with their highly erotic segment O is for Orgasm. Let the Corpses Tan is their third feature film is based on the novel with the same title that the directors discovered more than ten years ago.