A silent motion picture, with no words, in three acts.
Iconography appears as choreography, including, but not limited to, the movement of the body, camera and edit.
Existing within the possibilities of the theatrical and cinematic frame, a female ﬁgure enters the spotlight feet ﬁrst - a ‘starlet’ born by breech. She moves as a ﬁgure in ﬂux of femme fatale and demoiselle, meshing the physical architecture of cinematic suggestions of these two archetypes.
The mechanics of the edit suggest reﬂection, repetition and a crisis of temporality, the inevitability
of the Eternal Return to only her existence in the spatial limits of the ﬁlm.
‘After You’ve Gone, Honey’ is a piece of alternarrative choreographed cinema.
Intersections: After You've Gone, Honey is at an intersection between the essence of the Golden Age of Cinema and today's choreographic reflection of it. The figure is literally at an intersection of moving picture and moving body.
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