Thursday, July 6, 2017

La France Interdite OST !!

France, 1984. A Shakespearian quotation opens the hostilities of a film that claims to be the bearer of a disturbing truth and a neutral look at the unavowable taboos of French society. Over the hour and a half, the film unfolds without transitions scenes following episodes of the lives of people frequenting the "under" of France, these deviant spaces where anonymous indulge in unlimited freedom of manners.

AndrĂ© Georget's incredible music also contributes to this ambiguity, making film fiction a reality, until it ends up integrating a field almost mythological, enriching the Countries of a shadow zone just waiting to be cleared. It is not for nothing that the film ends with the unusual and exalting image of a young woman naked galloping on horseback: a scene can only be inspired by myths and folk legends, yet coming to be part of the supposed Reality unveiled by La France Interdite . -Film Exposure

André Georget
1983


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