In school, we learn to remember to live, but in life, we learn to forget to enrich living. Frozen from the film-propaganda, Let the student study (1962), by Jean Manzon, made against the student movement in the pre-coup-d'etat context, a frame is photocopied, stretched and submerged in the cave of time.
From there all I can hear is the batting of your eyelashes is an installation (photography, text and video) curated by Chanel, and made exclusively for Julien Levy’s exhibition at Chanel Nexus Hall.
A Costas Ferris' short featuring two of the best greek songs. Back in 1961 this film was expelled from Thessaloniki Film Festival because of the lyrics of these songs. They belonged to the rembetiko genre that used to over-emphasize the pleasure of using drugs. The worst thing was that Acropolis was shown in a plan and that lead the government to completely ban the film as anti-touristic!
Suk-jin, a naive Young woman lives on her own in Seoul. When her brother dies following a car accident, she finds out he had been having an affair with the wife of a businessman.