When time passes after things, they breathe for a while and one can understand it existence and reasons better in many aspects. Now I can see that it is pretty simple even thought I thought there were many deep ideas and thoughts behind it.
This idea can be explained though two movies which I have really admired which depicts different kind of extremes. One is a japanese horror movie called ‘Shutter’, the way that pure, truthful love turns to a horrible thing but also remain same felt extremely logical and beautiful to me. The second movie is a Swedish movie called ‘Let The Right One In’. Here we see a very dark ritual performed only for love where Eli comes to Oskar and says ‘Do I smell better now?’. How the both extremes make sense to me and feels so sadly beautiful is the atmosphere and overall feeling that I would want to be attached to this artwork.
The style I used to achive this can explained through another works of art which can be James Joyce’s Ulysees and Finnegan’s Wake. The way he creates events where you have parallel worlds, parallel takes on things happening at once seemed to be the solution for all. And Carravagio for his chiaroscuro. The heavy contrast. The sudden change of things is perfect to dramatizing every thing. So it’s all about saying things without actually saying them and emphasizing beauty by darkness and vice versa.
released May 26, 2014
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