Filmed in a brutally vertiginous scope by the same director of photography as Mutants, Nicolas Massart, and directed by Abel Ferry, who you can see is fatuously seduced and drawn away by the abyss and infinite vacuum, Vertige (whose technical team also features another hero from David Morley’s film, the artistic director, Olivier Afonso), is always shown from the perspective of its main characters, amateur climbers faced with a huge mountain that, logically, plays its role of totally hostile backdrop to perfection. Although nothing, absolutely nothing, will improve when they reach flat ground. There’s a predator waiting for them plus the monster that we all harbour inside us. The final scene on a suspension bridge has been compared with what Spielberg wanted to shoot with Indiana in the temple of doom.
Dirección: Abel Ferry
Producción: Thomas Verhaeghe, Alain Benguigui / Sombrero Films
Guión: Abel Ferry, Louis-Paul Desanges
Fotografía: Nicolas Massart
Música: Jean-Pierre Taieb
Montaje: Soline Guyonneou
Intérpretes: Fanny Valette, Maud Wyler, Raphaël Lenglet, Johan Libereau,
Justin Blanckaert, Nicolas Giraud
Duración: 90 minutos
Tf.: 91 398 56 50
2009 - Semana de Cine Fantástico y de Terror. Unidad de Cine.
Donostia Kultura. Teatro Victoria Eugenia. Reina Regente 8, 4. 20003 Donostia - San Sebastián
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