Patrick Bokanowski

  • Patrick Bokanowski – Le canard à l’orange (2002)

    PLOT:
    A housewife is preparing a duck à l’orange in her kitchen. But the reluctant bird tries to escape from her but the woman manages to recaptures it and plucks it savagely. Once the duck is put in the oven, an alligator unexpectedly appears in the kitchen, threatening the cook. She tries to escape from it first, then pursues it and finally sits down at the table with it. Meanwhile, the duck succeeds in opening the the door of the oven and flies away through the open window.Read More »

  • Patrick Bokanowski – Battements solaires (2008)

    Quote:
    Walking towards the fire. In a ceaseless stream of light, people, landscapes and objects lead us to mysterious regions. French filmmaker Patrick Bokanowski’s work is hard to classify – and all the richer for it. Together with his wife Michèle, whose musique concrète compositions form the basis of the sound design, Bokanowski offers a prolonged, dense and visually visceral experience of the kind that is rare in cinema today. Difficult to define and locate, its strangeness is quite unique.Read More »

  • Patrick Bokanowski – Éclats d’Orphée (2002)

    Quote:
    Film directed from the play Orpheon, directed by François Tanguy, played by the Compagny of Raft.Read More »

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