"BE SO MELO(dramatic)" was born from a love of Film and is a call to create anachronistic tributes to 60's melodramas and repossess those screen attitudes that are no longer ours; how to behave like those characters; live those commonplaces; play those extreme emotions; bring back objects that are no longer used, give them back their emotional meaning, narrative role, and recover that dramatic intensity.

BESOMELO(d)P is about emotional impact, from the classic melodrama genre to the present day. It’s a democratization and contemporary adaptation to our daily lives and the technology at our disposal. A dialogue between fiction and reality; collective memory and live devices. An initiative for a cinematographic look at reality and a recognition of Filmophilia.

BESOMELO(d)P is about how to humanize Cinema and how reality can become cinematographic.. It's about that thin line which divides fiction from reality and all these situations we are not sure which of them belong to, or may be it's to a mixture of both: the memory.
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In this collective line, #MELODRAMActions, I do open calls to create anachronistic tributes to 60's melodramas and repossess those screen attitudes that are no longer ours; how to behave like those characters; live those commonplaces; play those extreme emotions; bring back objects that no longer exist and are no longer used, give them back their emotional meaning, narrative role, and recover that dramatic intensity.
To recover them: a series of audiovisual pieces, each of them made by several reconstructions, performed mostly by non-actors, simply based on a few common rules about "how to BE SO MELOdramatic", in order to make a humanized and lo-fidelity tribute, a global, ensemble act of recovery, which reflects universal male and female emotions.

"THE PHONE BOOTH (SCENE)" belongs to the collective line of BESOMELO(d)P, "footage-in-progress and site specific interventions, for a Contemporary Melodramatization and a recovery of Cinema Heritage".
This clip is a tribute to one of the commonplaces from classic melodrama Cinema, even the original fount/reference scene comes directly from "The wall Pink Floyd", by Alan Parker.

More info about the project in next links:
blog: besomelodramatic.blogspot.com.es/
Facebook: facebook.com/BesomeloDramaticProject

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