MAXIME LE MOING
Soldiers are DJs
Records in the Hood
They all drink sparkling water
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE YEAR 2000
Sierra de Fuego
RECORDS IN THE HOOD
Rap is a permeable musical genre with cinema. French rap albums are full of sound scenes, where the singers have various roles to transcribe the city in which they lived. Purchase in a kebab, pickpocketing, telephone billing, graffiti on a cop car, sale of narcotics that go wrong, all these auditory interstices slipped into their albums made me want to compose, only with this material, the landscape of a suburb. "Records in th Hood" offer an auditory representation of a suburb fantasized by French rappers. But a blur slips into the pictorial interpretation of these interludes. Total simulacrum under surreal perfusion, the characters come alive in a shadow play decontextualizing these sounds in the multiple frames of an anthology of contemporary architecture. The deliberately offbeat tone removes the effects of reality induced in the words of these authors, leaving the solid stereotypes suburban bare in this setting so often swallowed by violence, the industry of hedonism, the cult of the body, that clips and media spread.
Diffusion at the High Coast Film Festival in Sweden 2018 /
Diffusion at FID Festival of Marseille 2018 / Diffusion at the Kinepolis of Longwy 2018 /
Diffusion during the concert of Biga Ranx and Don Choa (Zikamine festival) at the BAM of Metz 2017 /
Diffusion at the Cameo Ariel of Metz 2017 /
2017 / 19min / Color / found footage and animation.
This film is available in its entirety on simple request to the author.
An extract of the movie on this link :
2min44 / 26,3 MB / 480p 320Kbits/s