Each morning

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’44s, 2013).
12 June 2013. Published by Benoît Labourdette.
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Charles, 37-year old boy who lost his mother a year ago, sometimes perceive the world in a distorted way, multiplied, time and space losing their reality. A meeting will change his life.


Visually represent perceptual disorders that can be ours sometimes. Auscultate the value of these perceptions.


Exploring shapes of slow motion and a pixel multiplication technique, which produces special kinds of visual overlay.


The aesthetic principle dug in this film prefigure the much larger work I made in the feature film Tell me LED (65 minutes, 2015).