À propos de Nice
Jean Vigo was twenty-five when he made À propos de Nice, his debut film, a silent cinematic poem that reveals, through a thrilling and ironic use of montage, the economic reality hidden behind the facade of the Mediterranean resort town of Nice. The first of Vigo’s several collaborations with cinematographer Boris Kaufman (Dziga Vertov’s brother), À propos de Nice is both a scathing and invigorating look at 1930 French culture.
This film is presented as a live performance, with original music performed by the Michael Nyman band.
2005-11-01 00:00:00 - Seville Film Festival, Seville - Spain
Film by Michael Nyman
Editor : Max Pugh
Michael Nyman Productions