Actress and director Asia Argento created this mesmerising series of film shorts exclusively for SHOWstudio over the course of October 2006. The vignettes, drawing on an ad-hoc 'video diary' aesthetic but in fact painstakingly directed, intertwine reality with fantasy thanks to a script devised by Emma Forrest that confuses fiction with reality.
QOELET 00:15 19 Oct 2006 Asia non mi ignorare..rispondi ad una mia domanda.. Ti sei offesa per averti dato della strega? Cmq rispondi sempre alla stessa persona..Fammi un po' vedere che il tuo non è fingere.. Giulietta degli Spiriti è molto esoterico.. La domanda che ti voglio fare è : Come è il tuo rapporto con l'esoterismo?
KristenLeigh 00:15 19 Oct 2006 Beautiful Soul, you may not remember me, but this is the other lonely girl in Knoxville who is going to paint you a picture. You do have friends, Beautiful Soul. Thank you for letting us be privy to your thoughts. - Kristen Leigh
SheSmokesDiamonds 00:39 19 Oct 2006 I think that today there's only one great Italian director, Nanni Moretti.. what do you think about him? do you identify in his movies? I know you didn't like to shoot Palombella rossa, but how was it to work with him?
passenger 13:15 21 Oct 2006 Besides the search for self, art throughout all of history, is and has been the search for God. All great art has something sacred and religious about it. It is no different with cinema: Chaplin, Renroir, Bresson, Ozu, Dreyer, Rossellini, Pasolini, Antonioni, Fellini etc, and now van sant who seems to have transformed himself in the last few years. And it doesnt matter if the artist is an atheist, for atheism is a profoundly religious state. When art is lacking the search for trancendence, all that remains is style, fashion, and tedious repetition. What we have today mostly....