Other days, other ways. “New Old” appears to be a darker version of “Visa de censure n°X”. From a police-controlled Paris to Andy Warhol’s New York, passing from Berlin to more or less exotic latitudes, “New Old” feels like a journal written on impulse, mixing political, artistic, and family-related themes. Compiled in a fantastic visual kaleidoscope, full of rock’n’roll scents and borderline esoteric encounters, the footage is edited in the style of a photo album: with passion, emotion, nostalgia and regrets. With excerpts from “Metropolis”, Klaus Kinski, and Maurice Béjart, these scenes of rebellion and love crisscross and sweep away idealistic illusions, giving way to a much more dramatic, and even nerve-wracking atmosphere. (JB)
Followed by "Soleil"
Samon Takahashi, a sound experimenter who took part in LUFF 2010 with the group GOL, joins Vincen
Closer to New Yorker transgressive cinema’s steamy and moist emanations than to the exhilarating