"I've written the story in a way that its development would be fluid, a structure that would relate with the basic concept of the videoclip, the movement of water and the union of the ...
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On location in Portugal, a film crew runs out of film while making their own version of Roger Corman's Day the World Ended (1955). The producer is nowhere to be found and director Friedrich... See full summary »
A young woman escapes from a mental hospital during the chaos of a nearby multiple-car accident. She is mistaken for a shock victim and is driven to her sister's house by a rescue volunteer... See full summary »
Storytelling Giant was a 1988 compilation of ten music videos produced by Talking Heads during the 1980s. The videos are linked by apparently real people (not actors) telling stories from ... See full summary »
Director Howard Brookner died of AIDS in NYC in 1989 while in post-production on his breakthrough Hollywood movie. His body of work has been buried for 30 years in William Burroughs' bunker... See full summary »
"I've written the story in a way that its development would be fluid, a structure that would relate with the basic concept of the videoclip, the movement of water and the union of the elements, fire's radiance in water when the soul heals. A relationship after death, where the dimension or posthumous world is represented by water, searching for a link between this element and the collective unconscious. I connect the relationship between these two characters with Hermaphroditus in Greek mythology, Ovid tells in his "Metamorphoses" that Aphrodite's and Hermes's son from great beauty attracted a water nymph's attention, she was called Salmacis. So great was her obsession for the beautiful lad that once she had him in her arms (all her body was liquid) she pleaded to the Gods to never separate them, and her wish was granted, Rebis, the equilibrium, the original complete being. The Alchemical Androgyne represents the search towards the unity of the forces, of the principles that entered ... Written by