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'Jenny Haniver' by Camille Vivier

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Centred around childlike - even doll-like - imagery and innocence suffused with colour, Camille Vivier's Political Fashion film is indeed a feast for the eyes. But with its title referencing the practice of carving dead cuttlefish into angels and devils, 'Jenny Haniver' hints at something darker beneath the surface.

3 comments

  1. Landon
    17:42 30 Apr 2008
    The films that are abstract, vague and open to interpretation are really hard to comment on in a political context. Probably why there are no comments for this or the last one.
    Or is that just a cop out?
  2. saint
    21:51 1 May 2008
    I agree with Landon , I was drawn into this film and it is beautiful but I would love Camille Vivier to explain it and why to her it is political.
    Come to that can anybody else see if I have missed the point.
  3. GalileosUniverse
    07:35 2 May 2008
    Ironic ... the last day of the month ... the last Political Fashion film ... and then one word: anticlimax ! Is it something about .... 'A Lost Mermaid' ?
    Nevertheless ... absolutely beautiful , perhaps and who knows just the way fashion should be in the end : all and just all about beauty ? ...
    The mystery in any case will certainly never be solved ... that we can be sure of ...... :):)

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