Six Episodes . . . General
Arto Paragamian, Denis Villeneuve, Manon Briand, Roger Frappier (producer), Andre Turpin,
Marie-Julie Dallaire, Jennifer Alleyn
|(directed by Manon Briand) --a girl [Yanni] tries to cheer up a gay
man [Joel] who might or might not have AIDS.
Cosmos: match the positive with positive, negative with negative.
|(written and directed
by Denis Villeneuve) -- Morille [a nervous filmmaker; called Maurice in
the studio] and his film
-- How is the studio presented (Media TV, introducing the band "Cyberdogs" and haircut, with the hostess constantly dancing and camera constantly shifting angles. Is this a parody of MTV channel, or techno culture?)
-- humor: repetition of the idea of hostage and hair-cutting
|Jules and Fanny||(directed by Andre Turpin)-- a lawyer
whose new breasts and her ex-boyfriend [Jules] who wants to see
-- What do you think about his concern with "the death of the matter" and his criticism of technology?
Credit:Film Society of Lincoln Center from NY Times Reviews
Sebastien Joannette in ``The Individual,'' which he helped write.
-- When does this individual start to look suspicious?
|Aurore and Crepuscule||
picture: from the E Files
-- How does Dawn look at her generation (its speed and competitiveness)? What is she waiting for?
-- How does Dusk look at marriage (as association)?
|Cosmos and Agriculture
| (directed by Arto
Paragamian) -- Cosmos [Greek-Canadian taxicab driver]
-- Why is Cosmos so important to the film? Is he a kind of philosopher?
-- How do you characterize Janvier and Cosmos as two taxi-drivers?
General "Urban" Themes: