HOUSE OF LOVE
Three circular panoramas follow on from each other in three interiors. With each rotation of the camera, a limitless intimate world is born, dies and resurrects. Houses of love are also monuments to the dead, past or future. (Cyril Neyrat)
Whoever thought phantom rides are a historical genre has not seen how Pierre Creton put his camera on a record player: it’s a lesson in harmony and openness. Music and images have rarely been so close in their perception of time. The film follows three movements in three different interiors with three different songs moving under the camera. While our gaze circles in those intimate spaces, the rooms become alive. Light and cats move, shadows appear, and the wind tells of eternal possibilities we may discover if we just open our eyes.
(Patrick Holzapfel, Viennale.at)