|Photo Nathalie Mazeas|
My imagination took off from a film set that danced before my eyes, planted on hand, a graphic place with vertical tubes and horizontal bars, a place like unexplored and perched on height, close to the sky, a paradisiacal no man's land strewn with chimneys interminably and planes that pass through clouds silently competing with birds.
The birth of "Plus belle sera la chute" (The more beautiful they come) was then imposed with a confrontation between a man and a woman who are total opposites, at least in appearance, with an end being toppled not over the edge but an unexpected enigma.
As a game, the audience is thus brought round to weave their own interpretation on the characters and during the story, from true and false clues from which lively debates perhaps to be expected after the screenings . "Plus belle sera la chute" (The most beautiful they come) contrasts with previous shorts I wrote and directed, like "Fate" ( Hasards et destin ) with Christophe Alévêque and Bernard Lanneau's voice, "Poker hand" ( Partie de poker ) calibrated by François Montpellier or " Angel 's love" with Malcolm Conrath's voice.
Espérance Pham Thai Lan