Fabrice Le Nezet unveiled his latest short film: The Cliff. Created at Optical Arts studio, The Cliff is “a reinterpretation of the ancient myth of the Black Dog”. This myth is mostly associated with the English folklore. The Black Dog is usually a spectral entity that is associated with death, crossroads and places of execution.
The Cliff is a reinterpretation of the ancient myth of the Black Dog. Borrowing codes from Noir fiction, the film is an atmospheric and poetic journey picturing the return of an animal from the dead. The film is an exploration of a collection of sensory fragments, using a non-linear narrative. As the dog walks through the film, it rediscovers and remembers all the sensations, places, textures, movements and sounds from the past.
For more information and behind the scenes, you can chek out the Optical Arts website.