"Some of this film’s images have been with me for years."
Some of this film’s images have been with me for years. For example, people who move around in a squatting stance, a meteorite falling to Earth, or the crying of a dog. But, at some point, I needed to organize those images into this story; I was guided more by emotions and intuitive reflection rather than by the convention of how a script is written. Initially, the project was called “A film out of necessity.”
This experimental form would be unimaginable without a crew to share the quest with. The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet is a film that wouldn’t have existed without taking my intuition and the crew’s and actors’ intuition as a driver.
I wonder whether, given the world’s current situation of extreme deprivation and omnipresent audiovisual information, cinema may need a more intimate and mysterious way to communicate with spectators.
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