The Burrow is Kafka’s last text, a mind-boggling monologue in the form of address, left incomplete. The question here will be to experience it. Mismatched benches and gamuts of askew planted indoors will be the soil, Strike the body. Interwoven words and places where Strike the reader, performer and main character merge themselves, imperceptible. Labyrinthic movement reflecting the text itself, moving back and forth between inside and outside, from the burrow-place to the burrow-text: its actualization. (NF)
Original version : French.
Script : Amélie Derlon Cordina, Laurent Point.
Screen : Charlotte Marchal.
Editor : Amélie Derlon Cordina.
Sound : Hélène Clerc-Denizot.
With : Strike Lucicki.
Production : Le Grec (Anne Luthaud).
Filmography : Saints’ Game 2017.
Saints’game – 50’ / 2017
Les Suppliantes – 30’29 / 2013
Mange Tes Morts – 31’17 / 2011
Daily Life – 9’37 / 2008
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